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Electronic properties news, November 2018

Physicists have found the first evidence for a 2D material that can become a magnetic topological insulator even when it is not placed in a magnetic field.

Clues to perovskite solar cell stability revealed

better understanding of stability of perovskites will aid application in large-area or flexible solar energy systems

By combining epoxy with graphene foam, scientists have produced a stiff, conductive composite material for electronic applications.

Find out the recipients of the 2018 Extreme Mechanics Letters Young Investigator Award.

Bacteria and graphene nanoribbons help generate electricity on a mushroom

Bone-forming and -resorbing cells prefer nanoparticles of specific size, surface charge, and composition

Scientists have dramatically improved the response of graphene to light by self-assembling a mesh of polymer nanowires that conduct electricity.

Hydrogen ions controlled by an electric voltage can be used to change the magnetic properties of a magnetic layer in a spintronics device.

Using an x-ray analysis technique, scientists have discovered that the metal-insulator transition in magnetite is a two-step process.

Scientists have used a process called ball-milling to help create 3D heterostructures from various 2D transition metal dichalcogenides.

Ultrafast X-ray laser pulses have revealed that the insulator-to-metal transition of vanadium dioxide is more complicated than originally thought.

A novel technique can produce films made from carbon nanotubes and a 2D material called MXene that can block electromagnetic interference.

Scientists have combined silk proteins with carbon nanotubes to produce a composite material for use in flexible electronics and biomedical devices.

Researchers have used a mussel-inspired polymer to produce graphene-based liquid crystalline fibers with impressive mechanical and electrical properties.

Scientists have confirmed that hafnium oxide is ferroelectric at the nanoscale, as a result of pressure-induced changes in its crystal arrangement.

A novel method can measure the magnetic properties of superconducting and magnetic materials at very low temperatures in high magnetic fields.

Hysteron mystery explained in organic ferroelectrics

Scientists have identified a new class of topological materials made by inserting transition metal atoms into the atomic lattice of niobium disulfide.

Electronic skin that heals itself after damage just like human skin could now be possible, according to new research.

two-dimensional boron – or borophene – accommodates line defects in a unique way

Efficient spintronic interface improves quantum IT

boron arsenide (BAs) has unusually high thermal conductivity, which could help keep the next generation of electronic and optoelectronic devices cooler

Japanese art of paper cutting and folding kirigami transforms flat, two-dimensional cutouts in gold films into three-dimensional nanoscale structures

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