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Characterization news, November 2023

A novel X-ray technology uses sandpaper to help capture images inside batteries and then deploys a software algorithim to fill in the blanks.

By measuring shot noise. researchers have produced the first direct evidence that electricity doesn't flow through strange metals as quasiparticles.

By examining ring shapes in silica glass, researchers have uncovered details about the structural regularity hidden in glassy materials.

Researchers have discovered that a one-dimensional metal called purple bronze can switch between insulating and superconducting states.

Researchers have shown that single atom 'promoters' enhance the activity of catalytic nanoparticles by controlling 'pacemakers' on their surface.

vacancies can be used to engineer the mechanical toughness and fracture behavior of transition metal dichalcogenides

Researchers have confirmed the presence of quantum spin liquid behavior in a new material with a triangular atomic structure.

A new 3D inkjet printing system can work with a much wider range of materials by using computer vision to monitor the printing process.

A new laser-based technique offers a non-destructive and high-throughput way to dynamically characterize microscale metamaterials.

Making slight tweaks to a non-chiral polymer to introduce helical structures can cause major changes in the phases of the polymer.

A novel method can determine the sequence of a polymer as it is made, by imaging and identifying every single monomer as it is added to the polymer.

Researchers have developed a multipurpose, high-performance barrier material from self-assembling nanosheets.

By taking advantage of 'kagome' patterns, researchers have achieved an electronic flat band in a three-dimensional crystal.

Researchers have used DNA to assemble nanoparticles shaped like two pyramids stuch together at their base into quasicrystals.

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