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Crystalline materials news, February 2016

Scientists build bridge to new materials

Scientists have produced clean interfaces between materials with different crystal structures by making a bridge between them.

Electron orbitals line up for superconductivity

Scientists have uncovered evidence of electronic nematicity as a universal feature in cuprate high-temperature superconductors.

Tetrahedral cages made from DNA can be used to arrange nanoparticles in a way that mimics the crystalline structure of diamond.

New CVD growth process can produce high quality wafers of single crystal graphene fast.

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Efficient vertical charge transport in semiconducting polymers can be achieved by controlling the orientation of the polymer chains.

Adding a plasticizer into electrostrictive polymers offers an efficient way to improve their energy harvesting performance.

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