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Characterization news, June 2021

For the first time, researchers have made detailed measurements of how oxygen seeps out of the nanoparticles that make up lithium-ion battery electrodes.

Novel crystalline form of silicon for the next generation of electronic and energy devices

By shining laser light on semiconducting moiré superlattices, researchers have found a new class of electronic excited states called 'moiré trions'.

Researchers have developed a novel photopolymerization process for synthesizing two-dimensional polymers.

For the first time, researchers have directly observed the anionic redox reaction in a lithium-rich battery material with high energy density.

Based on their predictions, researchers have developed a bismuth alloy with oddly behaving electrons that manipulate heat in unusual ways.

Scientists struck a crystalline material with ultrafast pulses of laser light and then used X-rays to probe how its magnetic order changes.

researchers reveal the secrets of transition metal-nitrogen-carbon (M-N-C) catalyst pyrolysis

Researchers have shown that quantum confinement can occur in perovskites, causing them to behave like liquid quantum dots, or 'quantum drops'.

Researchers have found that a semimetal made of cerium, ruthenium and tin is quantum critical in its native state, without the need for any fine-tuning.

Researchers have shown that 'bite-defects' in graphene nanoribbons can disrupt their electronic transport but also yield spin-polarized currents.

Utilizing two microscopy methods, researchers have visualized the oxidation of hydrogen on a rhodium nanoparticle in real time at nanometer resolution.

Researchers have shown how controlling the alignment of atoms at the surface of battery electrodes can enhance their interface with solid electrolytes.

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