Electronic properties news, May 2020

Mottness explains insulator-conductor electron shuffle in tantalum disulfide

Researchers have developed a supercapacitor made from a polymer composite that is able to store and deliver electricity at high power rates.

A 2D sandwich of molybdenum, sulfur and selenium can greatly boost the sensitivity of surface-enhanced Raman spectroscopy.

Researchers have discovered that certain organic crystals are more flexible and stretchable than current materials used for electronic applications.

Tandem structure improves efficiency of solar cells

Improving our understanding of the surface of a semiconductor compound

Scientists have discovered that the 2D material molybdenum dioxide exhibits piezoelectricity, due to electrons being trapped in its surface defects.

A new supercapacitor based on manganese oxide could combine the storage capacity of batteries with the fast charging of conventional supercapacitors.

Researchers have found a way to make halide perovskites more stable by adding a bulky molecule to their surface to inhibit ion movement.

Scientists have discovered that the incorporation of hydrogen into nickelates during their synthesis stops them from superconducting.

Novel ion-driven transistors and mixed-conducting particulate material could form the foundation for fully implantable bioelectronic devices.

The award is to honor a young researcher active in the fields of Nanofabrication and Nanotechnology for Electronics, MEMS and Life Sciences.

Shedding ultraviolet light to kill coronavirus

Tin-based perovskites show promise for photovoltaic devices

For the first time, researchers have discovered superconducting currents traveling along the outer edges of a superconductor with topological properties.

A metal harvest to power the world's micro robots

Atmospheric hexagonal boron nitride (hBN) for graphene sandwiches

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