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Computation and theory news, February 2020

Researchers have developed a computer model that can predict the thermochemistry of a new high-performance electric solid propellant.

Researchers have found why some topological materials are 'fragile', unable to conduct current on their surface, and how to restore their conductivity.

Using two forms of tomography and an algorithm for unrolling papyrus scrolls, researchers have investigated the surfaces of cylindrical electrodes.

A new analysis of neutron scattering data has revealed that the hydrogen atoms in a metal hydride are much more tightly spaced than expected.

Using a novel transmission electron microscope technique, scientists have been able to visualize hydrogen atoms and titanium atoms in a single image.

Researchers have discovered an exotic new form of topological state in a large class of 3D semi-metallic crystals called Dirac semimetals.

A novel machine learning algorithm can accurately determine the crystal structure of materials by analyzing electron backscatter diffraction patterns.

A new method for synthesizing covalent organic frameworks has revealed that so-called 'spectator' molecules can form a critical part of their structure.

well-known organic synthesis growth technique is applied to inorganic eutectic composites to control their physical structure

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