Carbon news, March 2023

Defects of patchy model essential for understanding 2D materials

Using patchy particles, researchers built a micrometer-size model of graphene and used it to obtain insights into defects in 2D materials.

A common ingredient in traditional medicine goes under the microscope

Researchers have developed novel spin qubits by trapping electrons in chemically modified carbon nanotubes.

Trapped electrons traveling in circular loops inside graphene quantum dots could make novel magnetic field sensors.

A novel heterostructure made from layers of a topological insulator, graphene and superconducting gallium could make an efficient topological qubit.

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Addition of titanium carbide-based materials significantly reduces friction and wear

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A novel platinum-gold alloy, 100 times more durable than high-strength steel, is believed to be the most wear-resistant metal in the world.

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