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Computation and theory news, September 2016

Scientists have discovered why perovskites make such effective solar cell materials, which could lead to the development of even better materials.

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Using artificial intelligence, chemists have computed the characteristics of about two million crystals made up of four chemical elements.

A combination of theory and experiment has gone some way to revealing the ingredients required for high-temperature superconductivity.

The recent development of a method for measuring structural defects in polymers led to a theory for predicting their elasticity.

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Researchers have created the world’s largest database of elemental crystal surfaces and shapes to date, dubbed Crystalium.

Scientists have developed a responsive, hybrid material, powered by its own chemical reactions, that can recognize simple patterns.

Using electron microscopy, scientists have uncovered the first atomic scale evidence for strain-induced ferroelectricity in a layered oxide.

Scientists have discovered that electron anions can reduce the temperature at which mayenite changes from a crystal to a glass.

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