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Crystalline materials news, September 2023

By combining high-entropy materials with halide perovskites, researchers have found a way to produce semiconductors at low temperatures.

A novel bottom-up approach to producing nanomaterials takes advantage of the fact that crystals often grow in a specific direction.

Using various spectroscopic techniques, researchers have shown that engineered lab-grown diamonds can make good photoelectrode materials.

Researchers have produced a dynamic window that can switch between transparent, blocking infrarerd light and blocking both infrared and visible light.

A novel metal-organic framework film with the smallest possible thickness can perform record levels of hydrogen-nitrogen separation.

Researchers have found a way to grow high-quality indium selenide, a 2D semiconductor, on an industrial-scale silicon wafer.

Researchers have discovered a previously unknown reaction pathway that could addresses the short lifetimes of lithium-sulfur batteries.

Using a sugar solution and X-ray tomoscopy, researchers have been able to study the process by which freeze casting produces highly porous materials.

Researchers have discovered that a layered nickelate could form the basis for a novel form of non-volatile phase change memory.

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