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Characterization news, May 2023

Researchers have confirmed the existence of the FFLO superconducting state in a double layer of molybdenum disulfide.

Researchers have discovered how colloidal liquids transform into a gel and shown that it doesn't occur via glass formation.

Researchers have discovered that a candidate solid electrolyte material known as argyrodite has a hybrid crystalline-liquid atomic structure.

atomic-scale composition of regrowing bone in a bioceramic scaffold revealed for the first time using an atom probe

By analyzing polymer nanoparticles with X-ray scattering, researchers have discovered that crystal structures are not always regularly arranged.

Researchers have discovered that the emergence of a charge density wave in a copper-oxide superconductor quenches atomic vibrations.

Researchers used magnetic imaging techniques to map the structure of newly formed magnetic vortices in an antiferromagnet.

Stabilization by electron-accepting boron compounds helps structural analysis of anionic Pt(0) complexes

Researchers have developed a novel method for measuring the spin of electrons in ‘magic-angle’ twisted bilayer graphene.

Researchers have developed a non-invasive method for counting the live cells in a three-dimensional hydrogel scaffold.

A novel catalyst with a low proportion of copper is able to convert captured carbon into acetic acid with great efficiency and selectivity.

Using a state-of-the-art magnetic imaging technique, researchers have characterized a key property of a 2D superconducting material.

Using a unique form of X-ray imaging, researchers have managed to identify transient crystal defects in the cathode of a sodium-ion battery.

A novel machine-learning method can detect internal structures, voids and cracks inside a material by utilizing data about the material’s surface.

Using a high-powered microscopy technique, researchers have uncovered a new metric for understanding how soft materials yield to stress.

Researchers have discovered that vibrations at the electrolyte-electrode interface in solid-state batteries can cause lithium ions to move slowly.

A new scientific tool called Polybot combines artificial intelligence with robotics to discover novel electronic polymer materials.

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