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Crystalline materials news, February 2021

Turning windows into energy generators

novel transparent metal oxide photovoltaic cells could turn windows into energy generators

Researchers have developed a novel electromagnetic shielding material comprising a polymer filled with quasi-one-dimensional nanowires.

For the first time, researchers have used advanced transmission electron microscopy techniques to see mesocrystals form in solution in real time.

A metal organic framework coated with a cancer cell membrane has proved effective at delivering and releasing a cancer immunotherapy drug.

Researchers have identified a new form of magnetism that appears at high pressures in the 2D material iron thiophosphate, also known as magnetic graphene.

Quantum Information and Deep Learning for Turbulent Combustion Modeling & Simulation

Researchers have enhanced the electronic properties of perovskite materials by incorporating specially designed organic molecules.

Changing the electronic structure of a tungsten diselenide crystal with light allows researchers to image features that are normally too small to see.

Professor Hongjin Fan announced as new Editor-in-Chief of Materials Today Energy.

Chemists have managed to obtain quality 2D hexagonal boron nitride nanosheets by processing its natural bulk form with surfactants and water.

Experiments and simulations have revealed how 2D boron nitride can transform into its ultra-hard, diamond phase at room temperature.

Researchers have developed a new method for smashing individual metal nanoclusters together to form macro-scale hunks of solid metal.

Using a novel real-time electron microscopy technique and carbon nanohorns, researchers have observed crystal growth in unprecedented detail.

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