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Crystalline materials news, March 2022

Using a novel method, researchers can conduct real-time atomic-level observations of grain boundary deformation in poly-grained metallic materials.

New shock-absorbing material could improve safety of helmets and vehicles

New foam-like material could help road safety

Sieve for molecules from 2D silicon dioxide

A novel ‘self-driving lab’ uses artificial intelligence and fluidic systems to advance understanding of semiconductor and metallic nanomaterials.

Researchers have discovered the major reason why perovskite solar cells degrade in sunlight and developed a way to prevent it from happening.

Researchers have shown how the photon-spin interface in a novel europium molecular crystal can be used to entangle nuclear spin qubits.

Researchers have shown that slightly twisted 2D transition metal dichalcogenides can display room-temperature ferroelectricity.

Scientists have captured high-resolution images of a tiny aluminum single-crystal sample as it transitions from an elastic to a plastic state.

Researchers have found a way to reduce the 'hairs' that can form on nanocrystals, greatly improving their ability to function together electronically.

Using a novel characterization technique, researchers have uncovered previously unexpected symmetry breaking in a complex quantum material.

Using artificial intelligence, researchers analyzed new kinds of atomic-scale microscopic images to understand exactly why batteries wear out.

Scientists have unexpectedly discovered that the phonons in a nonmagnetic semiconducting crystal can respond to magnetic fields.

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