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Characterization news, August 2019

Uranium ditelluride is an unusual superconductor at low temperatures, with properties that could make it highly useful for quantum computing.

Scientists have developed a novel solution-based method for synthesizing atomically flat oxidized borophene sheets.

Researchers have found a novel mechanism by which some metallic materials can bend, which involves amorphous bands rather than dislocations.

In the presence of a moiré pattern, electrons in graphene organize themselves into stripes, providing a link with superconductors.

Only about five phases have been discovered in the simplest block copolymers, but researchers have now found a new one.

Scientists studying a ‘stripe-ordered’ cuprate superconductor discovered an unusual metallic state when trying switch off its superconductivity.

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