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Computation and theory news, October 2023

Researchers have found that a superatomic material made of rhenium, selenium and chlorine is the fastest and most efficient semiconductor yet.

Using bioluminescent algae, researchers have created soft yet durable materials that glow in response to mechanical stress.

Researchers have developed an electrical method for changing the direction of electron flow in materials that exhibit the quantum anomalous Hall effect.

By adding metals with a high valence electron count, researchers have made ceramics that are tougher and more resistant to cracking.

Researchers have shown that a membrane made from newly developed DUCKY polymers can be used to process crude oil.

Using multiple computational techniques, researchers have predicted the conditions necessary for creating spin defects in silicon carbide.

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