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Crystalline materials news, December 2022

Researchers have developed a new method for discovering unknown and unpredicted crystalline materials with two or more elements.

Nanoparticles add extra layer of security to anti-counterfeiting tags

metasurface that controls three different optical responses – phase, amplitude, and luminescence – is ideal for optical anti-counterfeiting tags

Researchers have uncovered a new type of fractal in the magnetic noise generated by a class of magnets called spin ices.

A new low-temperature process for fabricating bifacial thin-film CIGS solar cells can greatly improve their energy-conversion efficiency.

Researchers have discovered the first known de novo protein that can catalyze the synthesis of cadmium sulfide quantum dots.

Dissoiving various metals in a liquid gallium solvent causes them to self-assemble into differently shaped crystals, including a tiny zinc snowflake.

Not only does a new metallic alloy have the highest toughness ever recorded, but its strength and ductility also improve as it gets colder.

Using advanced X-ray techniques, researchers have produced a detailed chemical map of the solid-electrolyte interphase in lithium-metal batteries.

Using two different approaches, researchers have developed novel electrocatalysts for producing hydrogen that don't contain precious metals.

Researchers have developed a method to predict how crystals take shape from their internal chemistry, even when they lack symmetry.

Researchers have discovered that, in contrast to conventional wisdom, the thermal conductivity of boron arsenide begins to decrease at high pressures.

Adding organic ammonium salts to the perovskite surface can help to regulate and reduce unwanted energy loss in perovskite solar cells.

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