Electronic properties news, November 2023

A silicon dioxide pyramid covered in a single layer of tungsten diselenide can transport quasiparticles known as excitons with great precision.

Non-conductive magnetic strips and platinum spacers could allow the heat generated by electronic devices to be used for computing.

By measuring shot noise. researchers have produced the first direct evidence that electricity doesn't flow through strange metals as quasiparticles.

Researchers have discovered that a one-dimensional metal called purple bronze can switch between insulating and superconducting states.

New type of electrolyte extends the life of lithium metal batteries

vacancies can be used to engineer the mechanical toughness and fracture behavior of transition metal dichalcogenides

New nanosheets for electronics, energy storage, and health and safety applications

stretchable polymer-perovskite quantum dot nanocomposite transistor functions as an artificial synapse

Making slight tweaks to a non-chiral polymer to introduce helical structures can cause major changes in the phases of the polymer.

Researchers have developed a novel in-memory processor that contains more than 1000 transistors made from a 2D semiconductor material.

smart contact lens with novel bimetallic electrodes monitors glucose levels in tears in real time

By taking advantage of 'kagome' patterns, researchers have achieved an electronic flat band in a three-dimensional crystal.

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