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Adding organic ammonium salts to the perovskite surface can help to regulate and reduce unwanted energy loss in perovskite solar cells.

Researchers have deduced that the thermal Hall effect in a magnetic insulator is caused by bosons in the presence of a novel force-field.

Researchers have predicted the existence of tiny picophotonic waves that can propagate in semiconductors like silicon.

Researchers investigate commonplace polymers with an eye to the microplastics crisis

A new heat treatment can transform the microscopic structure of 3D-printed metals, making them less prone to the deformation process known as creep.

Researchers used various optical techniques to investigate the unusual superconductivity of a recently discovered family of kagome metals.

Using a novel form of electron microscopy, researchers have directly visualized the photocarrier transport properties of cubic boron arsenide.

Researchers have come up with a speedy way to produce an iron-nickel alloy found in meteorites that could replace rare-earth magnets.

Using light and a catalyst, researchers have been able to produce a soft and stretchy version and a hard and rigid version of the same polymer.

Researchers have shown that colloidal crystals comprising arrays of nanoparticles held together by DNA have shape-memory properties.

Researchers have developed a solid-state ‘twisted’ crystalline layered material that can give rise to tiny light-emitting points called color centers.

Using an inexpensive temperature-growth method, researchers have managed to produce single-crystal perovskite optical fibers.

For the first time, researchers have worked out how to 3D-print a particularly strong form of stainless steel.

A novel nanophotonic material made from oxide layers can control the flow of infrared radiation and withstand high temperatures in air.

Researchers have developed a colloidal synthesis method for producing alkaline-earth chalcogenide nanocrystals wth defined sizes.

Researchers have discovered that the nanoscale events that occur at the surface of metals when they’re deformed can predict their fatigue strength.

A new design principle can predict whether metallic compounds are likely to host topological states that arise from strong electron interactions.

High-quality cathode material made from sodium

Researchers have unexpectedly discovered that iron-germanium crystals with a kagome lattice display both magnetism and charge density waves.

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