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Crystalline materials news, January 2023

Researchers have developed a novel method that allows them to grow pure, defect-free 2D materials on industrial silicon wafers.

A new type of material made from millions of identical, interlocking molecules can form 2D and 3D structures that are flexible, strong and resilient.

Researchers have developed an integrated photonic circuit made of lithium niobate that can produce, tailor and control terahertz waves.

Researchers have found a way to stop cellulose nanocrystals from clumping together in liquid, by covering them in negatively charged cellulose chains.

Adding more charge-accepting ligands to the surface of semiconducting nanocrystals can produce interactions that reduce the rate of electron transfer.

Researchers have discovered that electrons play a surprising role in how energy is transferred between layers of 2D semiconductor materials.

A novel nanobrafication method works by creating the 3D pattern of a material in a hydrogel and then shrinking it down to the nanoscale.

The combination of a novel form of graphene and silicon carbide crystals could offer a platform for replacing silicon in nanoelectronics.

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