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Electronic properties news, December 2020

By realizing the quantum anomalous Hall effect in a multilayered insulator, researchers have produced a multilane highway for transporting electrons.

Scientists have discovered why an anomalous metallic state appears at the superconductor-insulator transition in 2D superconductors.

Researchers have discovered that the electrons in magic-angle twisted bilayer graphene can create 'topological quantum states'.

Researchers have found that fabric coated with the conductive 2D material MXene is highly effective at blocking electromagnetic waves.

When the thermoelectric semiconductor tin monoselenide is doped with antimony, it switches between p-type and n-type as doping increases.

A team of researchers says it's time to step up efforts to find thermoelectric materials for cooling applications as well as power generation.

Improved solar energy storage using a molecular machine

Nanomaterial-based device that can heat or cool buildings

A new tool that uses light to map out the electronic structures of 2D crystals could reveal the capabilities of emerging quantum materials.

By switching between two different nanomaterial sheets, engineers have produced a dual-mode heating and cooling device for buildings.

A titanium atom that wants to be in two places at once is responsible for the poor thermal conductivity of the crystalline solid barium titanium sulfide.

Researchers have developed an ionic liquid forcefield that prevents proteins from binding to and tagging therapeutic nanoparticles.

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