Carbon news

New phenomenon in magic-angle graphene

Inducing spin-orbit coupling in magic-angle graphene makes it a powerful ferromagnet

algorithm can predict the location of nanosilica particles in a nanocomposite and will aid the design of better materials

By inducing a phenomenon known as spin-orbit coupling, researchers have shown they can turn magic-angle graphene into a powerful ferromagnet.

Researchers have discovered a symmetry-breaking electronic nematic phase in twisted double bilayer graphene.

Researchers have discovered how electronic charge is transported in several inkjet-printed films of 2D materials.

Researchers have developed a method to stabilize the zigzag edges of graphene nanoribbons and directly measure their magnetic properties.

Simple and effective approach to manufacturing a super hard material from bulk natural wood

Researchers have developed a new way to probe the properties of spin waves in graphene, by measuring the energy needed to flip electron spins.

By applying a new strategy for combining carbon-based molecules, researchers developed an organic material that can emit light for over an hour in air.

For the first time, researchers have synthesized a paracrystalline diamond, which forms a bridge between crystalline and amorphous structures.

Using a combination of heat and pressure, researchers have turned the spherical fullerenes known as buckyballs into an ultrahard diamond glass.

A novel organic battery with a wood-based electrode and a new type of water-based electrolyte has demonstrated record energy storage.

Researchers have improved the selectivity of a copper catalyst for converting carbon dioxide by using ionomers to alter the surrounding environment.

News archive…

Connect with us
What’s coming up in carbon…
12
Jun ’22

 
21
Jun ’22