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Electronic properties

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A novel X-ray nanoprobe beamline can observe materials down to a scale of just 10nm and capture multiple images of different material properties.

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Using a multi-layered stack of metal films, researchers have shown that under certain conditions superconductors can also carry currents of 'spin'.

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High-quality lead-free films based on double perovskites with useful photovoltaic properties.

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Sodium-ion electrolyte with newly discovered structure could be used in solid-state batteries.

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A novel database of inorganic thin-film materials for energy applications developed by NREL scientists contains more than 140,000 sample entries.

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A new material made of sodium, phosphorous, tin and sulfur, with a tetragonal crystal shape, should make an effective electrolyte in solid-state batteries.

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Scientists have witnessed exotic superconductivity in the material ytterbium-bismuth-platinum that relies on highly unusual electron interactions.

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Physicists have induced magnetism in platinum by applying an electric field in a paramagnetic ionic liquid, creating a switchable 2D ferromagnet.

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Constant illumination relaxes the crystal lattice of a perovskite material, making it more efficient at collecting sunlight and converting it to energy.

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Inspired by a version of origami called kirigami, researchers have developed malleable electronic circuits that can be bent and twisted.

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Interview with Dr Alex Minovich from Kings College London about reflective metasurfaces.

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Materials Today Interview with Prof Michael Dickey from North Carolina State University about liquid metal wires.

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