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Timeline of states of matter and phase transitions

   * 1895 - Pierre Curie discovers that induced magnetization is
     proportional to magnetic field strength
   * 1911 - Heike Kamerlingh Onnes discovers superconductivity
   * 1912 - Pieter Debye derives the T-cubed law for the low temperature
     heat capacity of a nonmetallic solid
   * 1925 - Ernst Ising presents the solution to the one-dimensional Ising
     model and models ferromagnetism as a cooperative spin phenomenon
   * 1933 - Walter Meissner and R. Ochsenfeld discover perfect
     superconducting diamagnetism
   * 1942 - Hannes Alfven predicts magnetohydrodynamic waves in plasmas
   * 1944 - Lars Onsager publishes the exact solution to the two-dimensional
     Ising model
   * 1957 - John Bardeen, Leon Cooper, and Robert Schrieffer develop the BCS
     theory of superconductivity
   * 1958 - Rudolf Mossbauer finds the Mossbauer crystal recoil effect
   * 1972 - Douglas Osheroff, Robert Richardson, and David Lee discover that
     helium-3 can become a superfluid
   * 1974 - Kenneth Wilson develops the renormalization group technique for
     treating phase transitions
   * 1987 - Alex Muller and Georg Bednorz discover high critical temperature
     ceramic superconductors
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