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Crystalline materials news, June 2020

By utilizing a seed crystal, researchers have succeeded in printing functional light-emitting diodes from a hybrid perovskite solution.

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

Researchers have detected signatures of a cascade of energy transitions that could help explain how superconductivity arises in magic-angle graphene.

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

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

Applying a magnetic field to small particles of nickel suspended at the surface of water causes them to assemble into a novel active material.

At very high temperatures and pressures, nitrogen can adopt the same 2D crystalline structure as black phosphorus.

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

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

Scientists have used graphene to help develop an opal-like crystalline material that could be the cornerstone of next generation smart sensors.

The transport of electronic charge in a strontium ruthenate superconductor breaks the rotational symmetry of the underlying crystal lattice.

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