Via quantum mechanics? (New understanding of charge transport reveals an exotic quantum mechanical regime (that cannot be explained by the standard model):
Caltech scientists for the first time have developed a way to predict how electrons interacting strongly with atomic motions will flow through a complex material. To do so, they relied only on principles from quantum mechanics and developed an accurate new computational method.
Studying a material called strontium titanate, postdoctoral researcher Jin-Jian Zhou and Marco Bernardi, assistant professor of applied physics and materials science, showed that charge transport near room temperature cannot be explained by standard models. In fact, it violates the Planckian limit, a quantum speed limit for how fast electrons can dissipate energy while they flow through a material at a given temperature.
Robert Perkins, California Institute of Technology, “New understanding of charge transport reveals an exotic quantum mechanical regime” at Phys.org
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Hat tip: Philip Cunningham