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Electronic properties news, February 2018

Sapphire substrate controls crystal growth over large areas

A novel multistep process can fabricate single crystal, atomically thin films of tungsten diselenide across large-area sapphire substrates.

Graphene offers rapid radiation response

Graphene offers rapid radiation response.

Scientists have found a new state of magnetism that may help them understand the link between magnetism and unconventional superconductivity.

A novel laser-based method can measure stresses and strains in a 2D material, allowing scientists to probe their effect on the material's properties.

Cheaper and more environmentally friendly solar cells with new perovskite material.

A team of chemists has developed a new method for synthesizing nanographenes by zipping up partially fused benzene molecules.

High-resolution magnetic memory.

Scientists have found that multiple quantum interactions can coexist in a single bismuth-based material and be controlled by an electric field.

A new electron microscopy technique can precisely determine the temperature and temperature-dependent behavior of two-dimensional materials.

By fabricating an ultrathin material known as a thin film structure, scientists have been able to observe a two-dimensional hole gas for the first time.

An analytical platform known as MAESTRO can zero in on signatures of exotic behavior by electrons in a 2D material with microscale resolution.

Researchers have identified a mechanism that triggers shape-memory phenomena in the organic crystals used in plastic electronics.

Scientists have synthesized a novel form of titanium nitride, called titanic nitride, which has promising mechanical and optoelectronic properties.

Scientists have developed a new process for encouraging molecules to form complex tiling patterns known as tessellations through self-organization.

Scientists have produced the the first truly planar sample of stanene, an atom-thick sheet of tin atoms, by growing it on an alloy of silver and tin.

Lining up gold or silver nanocubes in edge-to-edge configuration improves sensitivity performance in molecular sensing.

‘Dual-mode’ radiative thermal management textile can provide both warming and cooling.

A thin layer of fullerene molecules allows electrons to travel further than previously thought possible in organic solar cells and organic semiconductors.

Inks based on graphene and other two-dimensional materials enable the printing of washable and biocompatible electronics on cotton and polyester textiles.

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