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Computation and theory news, June 2020

New research shows that certain combinations of 2D materials let holes and electrons combine into excitons at the materials' ground state.

Using tiny polystyrene beads arranged in a crystalline lattice, researchers have discovered that impurities play a major role in the melting process.

New structural supercapacitor electrode produced from nanofiber materials

Scientists have developed an open-source program called SEMseg to count and characterize nanoparticles from scanning electron microscope images.

The spontaneous formation of hollow structures in nanoscale antimony crystals could increase the energy density of lithium-ion batteries.

A novel metasurface can operate as many birefringent materials in parallel, allowing more compact manipulation of light polarization.

Researchers have shown how the rotational motion of negative ions in a solid-state electrolyte can help drive the motion of positive lithium ions.

Researchers have developed a theoretical foundation and computational tools for accurately predicting the spin dynamics of any material.

Computer simulations have revealed that the polarization of ferroelectric nanoparticles adopts a geometrical structure of knots called a Hopfion.

By inserting metal atoms between transition metal dichalcogenide monolayers, researchers have created a whole new library of 2D materials.

Researchers have discovered that carbon atoms in the ceramic material silicon carbide collect at grain boundaries when it is exposed to radiation.

Researchers have developed a new artificial intelligence system that can determine material properties such as toughness in a matter of milliseconds.

Researchers have discovered that adding graphene to the carbon fiber production process can greatly increase the strengthen of the material.

Physicists have found surprising evidence that an electronic state known as the quantum Hall effect could be ‘reincarnated’ in 3D topological materials.

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