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Characterization news, September 2023

Researchers have fabricated a pure form of glass and coated it with stramds of DNA to create a material that is both lightweight and stronger than steel.

Using various spectroscopic techniques, researchers have shown that engineered lab-grown diamonds can make good photoelectrode materials.

By dispersing single atoms of platinum on a sheet of molybdenum sulphide, researchers have developed an inexpensive catalyst for splitting water.

Usint tiny ‘electrofoils’ and a novel microscopy technique, researchers have imaged streamlines of electric current in a quantum material.

Researchers used mechanochemistry to characterize how a polymer chain in solution responds to a sudden acceleration of the solvent flow around it.

Researchers have shown that conerting waste plastics into graphene by rapid flash Joule heating also results in the production of hydrogen.

Researchers have discovered that the ferroelectric behavior of hafnia is coupled to its surface and can be tuned by changing the surrounding atmosphere,

By mining data from X-ray images, researchers have made significant new discoveries about the reactivity of lithium iron phosphate electrodes.

Researchers have uncovered evidence that a material that is a prime candidate to be a quantum spin liquid represents a new phase of disordered matter.

Study shows that polylactic acid films are altered by glucose and ketone bodies

Turkish researchers develop low-cost, flexible device using simple methods

Using a heterostructure made of two different 2D materials, researchers have managed to maintain valley polarization at room temperature.

Researchers have discovered a previously unknown reaction pathway that could addresses the short lifetimes of lithium-sulfur batteries.

Using a sugar solution and X-ray tomoscopy, researchers have been able to study the process by which freeze casting produces highly porous materials.

Researchers have discovered that a layered nickelate could form the basis for a novel form of non-volatile phase change memory.

impact-resistant materials inspired by the largest edible fruit on Earth, the jackfruit, show better performance

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