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Direct probe of the interior of an electric pion in a Cooper pair superinsulator

Diamantini, M. C. ; Postolova, S. V. ; Mironov, A. Yu. ; Gammaitoni, L. ; Strunk, C. ; Trugenberger, C. A. ; Vinokur, V. M.


The nature of hadrons is one of the most fundamental mysteries of physics. It is generally agreed that they are made of "colored" quarks, which move nearly free at short scales but are confined inside hadrons by strong interactions at large distances. Because of confinement, quarks are never directly observable and, experimentally, their properties can be tested only indirectly, via high energy ...


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