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Electronic properties news, April 2021

inorganic compound, tantalum disulfide, possesses an unusual property that could make it ideal for nanoelectronic applications

photon avalanching in single nanoparticles doped with lanthanide ions observed for the first time

large diamond structures can be elastically deformed in a uniform and controlled way at the nanoscale

A novel conductive n-type polymer ink that is stable in air and at high temperatures could pave the way for innovative printed electronics.

Researchers have created a new hybrid thermoelectric material in which crystalline and amorphous sublattices are intertwined.

Researchers have discovered that only part of the energy of the light absorbed by hematite photoelectrodes generates mobile charge carriers.

Researchers have discovered that migrating oxygen atoms are responsible for the unconventional ferroelectricity of hafnium-based thin films.

in-situ optical microscopy reveals how lithium plating occurs on graphite particle anodes

Scientists have witnessed 2D puddles spontaneously emerging inside a 3D high-temperature superconductor as it transitions to an insulating state.

By using a thin palladium film to transport hydrogen atoms, researchers have developed a room-temperature superconductor that works at lower pressures.

cerium oxide/carbon nanocomposite derived from a metal-organic framework makes an ideal anode for sodium-ion batteries

Enhanced ceramic materials, such as a novel bismuth-containing ceramic, could play a pivotal role in the development of 5G wireless technology.

Using carbon fibers, researchers have developed a structural battery that combines high levels of electrical energy storage, stiffness and strength.

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