Materials chemistry news, May 2023

Researchers have created a superlattice of semiconducting quantum dots that can display the electrical conducting properties of a metal.

Researchers have developed a fluorine-containing electrolyte for lithium-ion batteries that performs well even at sub-zero temperatures.

Researchers have developed a 3D-printing method for producing novel materials by mixing multiple aerosolized nanomaterial inks.

A novel metal-organic framework made from pomegranate extract can capture and degrade pharmaceutical molecules in wastewater.

Mycelium properties could bring longer-lasting material

Researchers used artificial intelligence to identify novel 2D transition metal halide materials with large magnetic moments.

Stabilization by electron-accepting boron compounds helps structural analysis of anionic Pt(0) complexes

Electroconductive hydrogel for tissue repair, drug delivery and medical implants

Inspired by the film that forms on warm milk, researchers have developed a novel method for fabricating 2D ionogel membranes.

An innovative, multifunctional and non-volatile additive can improve the efficiency and stability of perovskite solar cells.

A novel catalyst with a low proportion of copper is able to convert captured carbon into acetic acid with great efficiency and selectivity.

Researchers have developed a novel technology for ‘growing’ layers of a 2D material directly on top of a fully fabricated silicon chip.

Using universal dynamic crosslinkers, researchers have found a way to transform a former muck of unmixable plastics into a viable new set of polymers.

A new scientific tool called Polybot combines artificial intelligence with robotics to discover novel electronic polymer materials.

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