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Computation and theory news, October 2019

Improving on Dirac cone approximation in graphene thermionic emission

Navigational tools from the 16th century have helped researchers understand how polymer spheres can be transformed into twisted spindles.

Material with unconventional behavior affected by strong magnetic fields

Scientists have produced a heavy fermion material with superconducting regions coexisting alongside regions in a normal metallic state.

A novel mathematical approach based on graph theory can predict which pairs of zeolite types can be transformed from one to the other.

Engineers have identified two aspects of the interaction between a metal and its alloying material that can predict how a particular alloy will behave.

Researchers have developed an artificial, layered crystal composed of the elements lanthanum, titanium, cobalt and oxygen in atom-thick sheets.

By simply adding a trace amount of copper, scientists have created the strongest ever silver without reducing its electrical conductivity.

Using a silver substrate and molecular-beam epitaxy , scientists were able to grow elongated, hexagon-shaped flakes of the 2D material borophene.

A new model suggests that high-temperature superconductivity in cuprates arises when electrons hop from atom-to-atom in a particular pattern.

Engineers have harnessed machine learning to design dielectric metamaterials that absorb and emit specific frequencies of terahertz radiation.

Researchers have found that doping indium oxide with molybdenum rather than tin doubles the conductivity of this transparent conductor.

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