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Crystalline CHANGE TOPIC

Crystalline materials news, January 2021

Squeezing a promising perovskite material in a diamond anvil cell produces a so-called 'black' phase that's stable enough for solar power applications.

Researchers have observed metallic line defects in a perovskite crystal, which offer a novel way to create materials that are transparent and conductive.

Researchers have developed the first nanomaterial able to demonstrate 'photon avalanching', where one photon triggers the emission of many photons.

Researchers have developed a new method for predicting the specific colors of thin films made by combining any of 466 different carbon nanotubes.

nanometer thin layers of ZnO on SiO2 show record levels of piezoelectricity

Researchers have utilized reactive molecules called radical-type 'mechanophores' to visualize polymer crystallization in real time.

For the first time, scientists have observed the formation of fleeting distortions known as polarons in the atomic lattice of hybrid perovskites.

For the first time, researchers have created a higher-order topological insulator by stacking 2D crystals of bismuth in a specific arrangement.

Controlling the interlayer twist angle in 2D materials

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