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Computation and theory news, May 2021

By utilizing 'frontal polymerization', researchers have shortened the manufacturing process for vascular materials from two days to two minutes.

earth-abundant molten salt, based on seawater-derived sodium chloride, is stable enough to be used for solar thermal energy storage

By combining experiments and computer simulations, researchers have found a way to determine what happens to refractory oxides at high temperatures.

Innovative process permanently stores plant-captured CO2 as silicon carbide

Researchers have created a scalable technique for fabricating the smallest graphene nanoribbons yet, which could find use in telecommunications.

Cutting-edge computations have revealed that massive efficiency losses in hybrid perovskite solar cells are caused by missing hydrogen atoms.

Researchers have developed neural networks that can accurately predict the evolution of microstructures in materials under certain environments.

Using a specially modified atomic force microscope, researchers have been able to determine the proton affinity of individual atoms on a surface.

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