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In recent years a new class of quantum phases of matter have been (theoretically) discovered. These are the ‘fracton’ phases and they support a phenomenology unlike anything we have seen before. In this talk I will introduce the basic properties of fracton phases, and how they may be understood. I will also survey some of the rich dynamic and thermodynamic behaviors supported by fracton phases, and discuss some of the (many) important open questions.

This talk is part of the Theory of Condensed Matter series.

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