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The unusual correlated state that emerges in URu2Si2 below THO = 17.5 K is known as "hidden order" because even basic characteristics of the order parameter, such as its dimensionality (whether it has one component or two), are "hidden." We use resonant ultrasound spectroscopy to measure the symmetry-resolved elastic anomalies across THO. We observe no anomalies in the shear elastic moduli, providing strong thermodynamic evidence for a one-component order parameter. We develop a machinedoi:10.1126/sciadv.aaz4074 fatcat:efcv22d47reizmekqixhee2nla