Electronic properties news, January 2022

First 3D-printed flexible OLED display demonstrated

Customized 3D printing of flexible OLED display

New phenomenon in magic-angle graphene

Inducing spin-orbit coupling in magic-angle graphene makes it a powerful ferromagnet

drug delivery system based on gold nanoclusters is triggered by a smartphone to suppress growth of targeted tumors

Researchers have discovered that the high-temperature superconductors known as cuprates can act as 'strange metals'.

Using computational models, researchers have found that catalysis appears to function due to the action and propagation of electron holes.

By inducing a phenomenon known as spin-orbit coupling, researchers have shown they can turn magic-angle graphene into a powerful ferromagnet.

Researchers have discovered a symmetry-breaking electronic nematic phase in twisted double bilayer graphene.

A new open-source software tool can calculate the fundamental constants needed to describe the physical properties of crystalline solids.

Researchers have discovered a way to mobilize isolated islands of metallic lithium in a battery and get them to reconnect with the anode.

Researchers have discovered that the junctures at the facet edges of 3D semiconductor particles have 2D electronic properties.

Researchers have discovered how electronic charge is transported in several inkjet-printed films of 2D materials.

Researchers have developed a method to stabilize the zigzag edges of graphene nanoribbons and directly measure their magnetic properties.

Researchers have shown that adding phosphorene nanoribbons to perovskite solar cells can significantly improve their efficiency.

New battery material offers useful stability and recharges as fast as lithium-ion batteries

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