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Electronic properties news, December 2016

Computer model identifies 21 promising solid electrolytes

Using a computational model, scientists have identified 21 solid electrolytes that could replace the volatile liquids used in rechargeable batteries.

New magnetoelectric multiferroic has room-temperature properties frozen in

A new magnetoelectric multiferroic material still possesses coupled magnetic and electrical properties at room temperature.

New high-precision sensor measures changes in magnetic fields.

Metallic organic, no pressure, TED.

Inducing electrical doping in organic semiconductor films could lead to cheaper solar cells.

Using a special electron microscope with atomic-level resolution, scientists have shown that large ions can hold open atomic tunnels in battery electrodes.

Scientists have discovered that step edges in topological crystalline insulators can produce electrically conducting pathways.

New additions to the Materials Today family.

First articles, available now.

Nanoscale defects in a superconducting material can interact with weak magnetic fields to put the brakes on superconductivity.

introducing an additional polymer layer into ‘inverted’ perovskite solar cells can boost performance

Do you qualify for the 2017 Reaxys PhD Prize?

Professor Allan S. Hoffman wins 2017 Acta Biomaterialia Gold Medal.

A liquid, BODIPY dye-based battery of the future.

A low-cost, scalable spray-printing process can fabricate high-quality, isolated organic single crystals on almost any substrate.

By propelling silver nanowires at supersonic speed, scientists have produced an ultrathin film that is both transparent and highly conductive.

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