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Characterization news, August 2022

Irradiating a topological insulator with circularly polarized laser light can generate harmonics that reveal information about its quantum properties.

Researchers have devised a new machine-learning method for creating color-coded graphs of large volumes of data from X-ray analysis.

Researchers have discovered that piezoelectricity can be generated at the junction between metallic and semiconducting phases in a 2D material.

Researchers have developed a low-cost optical microscopy technique for studying lithium-ion batteries in real time and under realistic conditions.

Researchers have discovered a new strain-based mechanism that can increase both the strength and ductility of high-entropy alloys.

Using electron microscopy, researchers have identified the reasons why zinc-based battery systems often fail.

Using an inexpensive polymer called melamine, researchers have created a cheap, easy and energy-efficient way to capture carbon dioxide.

Researchers have developed a new way to probe the atomic-scale defects created inside materials by assessing the amount of energy stored within them.

Researchers have discovered that, unlike cuprates, nickelates are magnetic in both their superconducting and non-superconducting states.

Using a graphene liquid cell, researchers have, for the first time, managed to capture images of single atoms ‘swimming’ in liquid.

Using neutron scattering, researchers have, for the first time, discovered a a novel state of matter called a spiral spin liquid in a 2D material.

For the first time, researchers have detected a type of quantum matter called charge density waves in a nickel oxide superconductor.

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