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Electronic properties news, July 2019

Using a novel etching process, researchers have been able to fabricate fins on a novel semiconducting material, thereby enhancing its surface area.

Nanowire advance into two dimensions

Selective-area epitaxy helps nanowires into 2D for more complex devices

Researchers have confirmed that magnetic fluctuations can act as an electron ‘pairing glue’ in iron-based superconductors.

Researchers have uncovered the first example of a native metal with bistable and electrically switchable spontaneous polarization states.

Researchers have shown that a text-mining algorithm with no training in materials science can accurately predict novel thermoelectric materials.

new proactive risk governance system can keep pace with development and should lead to safer nanomaterials, products, and processes

A new method for getting high-energy photons striking silicon to kick out two electrons instead of one could produce more efficient solar cells.

Gold heterostructures could potentially be used to demonstrate the existence and nature of quantum particles known as Majorana fermions.

Scientists have used a novel bismuth-based, 2D superconductor to experimentally confirm a 23-year-old theory of superconductors.

Researchers have determined the mechanism that allows a 2D perovskite crystal to emit green light, and also how to replicate it.

Researchers have demonstrated previously unknown quantum states of matter that arise in double-layer stacks of graphene.

new insight into hematite nanorods could help future development of photoelectrochemical cells for water splitting

Researchers have developed a model to explain the disparity in performance between the p-type and n-type forms of thermoelectric materials.

simple process to make hexaferrites particles with high coercivity could prove useful for magnetic storage media and microwave absorbers

By taking advantage of defects, scientists have created new inorganic crystals made of stacks of atomically thin sheets that unexpectedly spiral.

flexible capacitors made from layers of polyester coated with graphene and hexagonal boron nitride inks could form basis of washable wearable electronics

flash infrared annealing (FIRA) could hold the key to low-cost environmentally friendly perovskite solar cells

Placing a topological insulator on a thin superconducting film has revealed a novel form of electron tunneling known as Klein tunneling.

ion trap based on the nanofibrous structure of cellulose converts low-grade heat into useful electricity

set of basic design rules maps out the synthesis of interfaces in nanoparticles made from multiple elemental components

lithographic patterning of graphene down to 10 nm engineers the band gap

New process for fabricating oxide perovskite crystals

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