Japanese Physicists Set New Record for Indoor Magnetic Field of 1,200 T

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Physics is quite possibly the most difficult branch of science to approach, in large part due to the seemingly endless amount of theoretical information one needs to learn in order to have a firm grasp of even the basics.

Of course, over the years efforts to provide interactive solutions for understanding how the branches of physics fit together have been made, which in the end helps us understand why the development of methods to test theories, which is at the core of all physics, remains so important.

Now, physicists at the University of Tokyo-based Institute for Solid State Physics (ISSP) have created the largest magnetic field to ever exist in indoors. Specifically, they created a field of 1,200 Teslas (T), a

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