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condensed phase

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(physical chemistry)
Either the solid or liquid phase of a material.
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Initially he worked as Junior Scientist in Department of Condensed Matter Physics, Lancaster University, where he designed one of the imperative lab (MBE Technique Lab).
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from Tufts University in experimental condensed matter physics.
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He's a professor of condensed matter physics at UAM.
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