Groups of Electrons Going Faster

Physicists have figured out how to squeeze big groups of electrons through a gap in a piece of metal faster than current physics could predict.

Referred to as a ‘superballistic’ flow, the newly discovered behavior describes how groups of electrons can travel through tight spaces faster than a single electron, and it could lead to materials that can transmit electricity with almost no resistance.

via This new phenomenon squeezes electrons to speeds physicists didn’t even know were possible – ScienceAlert.