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Computation CHANGE TOPIC

Computation and theory news, September 2019

A new model shows how rubbing two objects together produces static electricity by bending tiny protrusions on the surface of the objects.

Researchers have used computational techniques to identify 43 previously unknown forms of carbon that are thought to be stable and superhard.

Researchers report the first direct observation of transition carriers between different localization states within indium gallium nitride.

A structural transition in a ferroelastic material caused by heating resembles the periodic doubling seen in non-linear dynamical systems.

A novel algorithm can identify MOF pairs able to connect to one another via the metal node on one binding with the organic linker on the other.

Computing superhard materials

By focusing on uncertainty, a new algorithm can identify the most effective experiment to conduct for analyzing and developing new materials.

Researchers have developed a mathematical framework that can turn any sheet of material into any prescribed shape, using the paper craft kirigami.

Researchers have shed light on how cuprates can simultaneously exhibit superconductivity and charge order in patterns of alternating stripes.

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