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Crystalline materials news, July 2023

Researchers have shown the importance of elastic heterogeneity for tuning the molecular adsorption/desorption properties of metal–organic frameworks.

Researchers have shown that molecular crystals shaped like an octopus could be used to capture the radioactve iodine in nucelar waste.

Researchers have shown that it is possible to imbue bulk 3D graphite with physical properties similar to graphite’s 2D counterpart, graphene.

For the first time, scientists have witnessed pieces of metal crack then fuse back together without any human intervention.

Researchers have developed a method for processing cholesteric liquid crystals into micrometer-sized spherical particles.

A new thermoelectric cooler made from a metallic alloy boasts a much higher cooling power and efficiency than current thermoelectric units.

A new technique allows individual halide perovskite nanocrystals to be grown exactly where they are needed on a surface.

A novel mathematical algorithm can predict the crystal structure of any material just based on knowledge of the atoms that make it up.

Using nanosheets with a perovskite crystal structure, researchers have developed a dielectric capacitor with the highest energy density ever recorded.

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