Electronic properties news, June 2023

A novel electrochemical reactor with a solid electrolyte can efficiently remove carbon dioxide from sources ranging from flue gas to the atmosphere.

Using nanomagnets, rubber and conductive yarn, scientists have invented a smart textile that can sense and measure body movements.

In a twisted stack of 2D materials, researchers have detected signatures of an exotic quantum state that can host quasiparticles known as anyons.

By adding a very thin layer of insulating material, researchers have developed a source-gated transistor that is more stable with temperature.

Researchers have discovered that the tranisition to a superconducting state in iron selenide is driven by a collective shift in orbital energy.

Researchers have shown that electric fields can be used to control the motion of material defects in crystalline materials.

Researchers have developed a low-temperature, vapour-phase growth method for the large-scale synthesis of semiconducting tellurium nanomesh.

A novel conducting polymer hydrogel can be used to print soft electrodes for use in bioelectronic implants and other medical devices.

Researchers have developed a database for exploring the relationships between the structures and properties of transition metal dichalcogenides.

Wearable textiles capture energy from body movement to generate electricity

Charge-trapping in-memory sensor for next generation of applications

Researchers have managed to gain a fundamental understanding of how novel ferroelectric materials switch at the atomic level.

Using electrolyte gating, researchers have developed a new method for tuning the thermal conductivity of lanthanum strontium cobaltite.

Researchers have shown how a highly ordered crystal of bosonic particles called excitons can arise from a moiré pattern between 2D materials.

By forming Josephson junctions between layers of semiconductors and superconductors, researchers have developed a superconducting diode.

Researchers have uncovered evidence for the existence in superconductors of quantum vortices with arbitrary fractions of quantum flux.

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