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Characterization news, January 2022

Researchers have used a new powerful and speedy X-ray crystallography technique to determine the structures of two metal-organic materials.

Researchers have shown that sound can be used to analyze the production of laser-induced graphene in real time to determine its form and quality.

Customized 3D printing of flexible OLED display

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

Researchers have discovered that the high-temperature superconductors known as cuprates can act as 'strange metals'.

Researchers have developed a new method for producing low-symmetry colloidal crystals, including one with no known natural equivalent.

Paddlewheel-like molecular dynamics help to push sodium ions through a novel solid electrolyte being investigated for use in sodium-ion batteries.

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 produced the first high-resolution images of the solid-electrolyte interphase in its natural squishy state.

Researchers have discovered a way to mobilize isolated islands of metallic lithium in a battery and get them to reconnect with the anode.

Researchers have discovered that the junctures at the facet edges of 3D semiconductor particles have 2D electronic properties.

Researchers have developed a method for stabilizing a specific perovskite material in solar cells, without compromising its near-perfect performance.

By applying machine learning to the data in their own megalibraries, researchers have successfully guided the synthesis of new nanomaterials.

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

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

Using 3D printing, researchers have created magnetic double helices that can produce nanoscale topological textures in the magnetic field.

Using a design known as a Z scheme, researchers have developed a new artificial photosynthesis device with remarkable stability and longevity.

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