Our website uses cookies

Cookies enable us to provide the best experience possible and help us understand how visitors use our website. By browsing Materials Today, you agree to our use of cookies.

Okay, I understand Learn more
Electronic CHANGE TOPIC

Electronic properties news, May 2021

Using a complex metal oxide that can utilize electron spins, physicists have created computing elements comparable to neurons and synapses in the brain.

Engineers are vaporizing metals within a magnetic field to direct the reassembly of the metal atoms into nanomaterials with predictable shapes.

A novel alloy of gallium and iron is more effective and cheaper than other 'magnetostrictive' materials, potentially leading to more efficient computing.

Innovative process permanently stores plant-captured CO2 as silicon carbide

drug-loaded piezoelectric polymer nanoparticles deliver double blow to brain tumors

New way to arrange 2D nanosheets into a 3D configuration to produce new materials

Researchers have developed a new security device that takes advantage of microstructure variations in graphene to generate secure encryption keys.

By doping electrons into an antiferromagnetic material, researchers have found they can turn its antiferromagnetism on and off in a controllable way.

Scientists have characterized how the electronic states in an exotic iron-based superconductor depend on local chemical concentrations.

Using extremely high pressures, researchers have managed to produce a novel 2D material composed of nitrogen and beryllium atoms, termed beryllonitrene.

Scientists have glimpsed the signature of an exotic phase of matter called pair-density waves in an unconventional superconductor.

News archive…

Connect with us
What’s coming up in electronic properties…