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Superconductivity in a graphene system survives a strong magnetic field

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Nature 595, 495-496 (2021)


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  • Correction 18 October 2021: In an earlier version of this article, the magic-angle twisted trilayer graphene shown in Figure 1 was incorrect. This has now been corrected.


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