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Characterization news, December 2022

Researchers have developed a new method for discovering unknown and unpredicted crystalline materials with two or more elements.

Seaweed molecules successful in synthetic vascular grafts

Synthetic vascular grafts improved by seaweed molecule

Researchers have uncovered a new type of fractal in the magnetic noise generated by a class of magnets called spin ices.

New electrolyte for lithium-ion batteries stops them catching fire

Not only does a new metallic alloy have the highest toughness ever recorded, but its strength and ductility also improve as it gets colder.

Researchers have come up with a souped -up method for measuring the 3D orientation of the molecular building blocks of polymers.

Using advanced X-ray techniques, researchers have produced a detailed chemical map of the solid-electrolyte interphase in lithium-metal batteries.

Researchers have used a new nanoscope to investigate light-controlled supercondcutors at extreme scales of space, time and energy.

Researchers have discovered that, in contrast to conventional wisdom, the thermal conductivity of boron arsenide begins to decrease at high pressures.

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