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Water-based, biocompatible ink formulations of two-dimensional materials including graphene, MoS2, WS2, and hexagonal boron nitride.
Perovskite materials have optoelectronic properties promising for cheap, easy to make LEDs.
Metals with a gradient in grain size show increased overall strength while allowing ductile behavior to take place to avoid catastrophic failure.
Scientists have discovered that "layer-edge-states" are responsible for the high efficiencies seen with 2D layered hybrid perovskites.
Nanocrystalline doped ceramic oxide with zero-energy grain boundaries is as stable as bulk material.
Scientists have shown that DNA can control the assembly of bipyramidal gold nanoparticles into a complex crystal structure known as a clathrate.
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Colloidal spheres can self-assemble into diamond and pyrochlore crystal structures that form the basis for photonic crystals.
A new method for healing low-quality diamond nanocrystals under high-temperature conditions could lead to their use in quantum sensing.
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Researchers have found a perovskite mineral with the right properties to extract energy from multiple sources at the same time.
Researchers have built and trained machine learning algorithms that can accurately predict defect behavior in intermetallic compounds.
New synthesis mechanism transforms bulk metal alloys directly into nanowires.
Using symmetry and topology, scientists have described a new class of metals with exotic electronic properties.
A general framework for designing reconfigurable metamaterials can be applied to everything from meter-scale architectures to nano-scale systems.
Simple strategy for creating solutions of two-dimensional nanomaterials could make large-scale production of future devices easier and cheaper.
Scientists have used a new approach to investigate the formation of defects in materials at the atomic scale and in near-real time.
A novel optical characterization method has revealed that in 2D crystals there is a strong interaction between crystal quality and valley polarization.