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A long-sought-after phenomenon that allows superconductivity to survive even in very strong magnetic fields has been seen for the first time by an international team of physicists. The "FFLO" phase of superconductivity involves the formation of exotic quantum entities known as Andreev bound states. As well as providing further insight into superconductivity, the discovery could also further our understanding of particle physics and neutron stars, and even lead to better magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) systems.

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