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Crystalline materials news, June 2022

A novel method for growing thin-films of barium titanate with few defects could lead to more energy efficient electronic devices.

Researchers have shown that machine learing can automatically process the diffraction patterns produced by analyzing suface superstructures on silicon.

Researchers have developed a way to produce identical photons, with the same wavelength and polarization, from separate quantum dots.

Researchers have used a novel spectroscopy technique to map the dynamic behavior of phonons in quantum dots at atomic scale.

Using spinning arrays of magnetic particles, researchers have modeled how shear influences grain boundaries in polycrystalline materials.

A membrane produced by embedding a metal-organic framework into a polymer can remove hydrogen sulfide and carbon dioxide from natural gas.

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