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Mechanical properties news, October 2018

A polymer gel that incorporates chloroplasts from plants can react with carbon dioxide in the air to grow, strengthen and even repair itself.

Large perovskite single crystals take it slow

simple method produces centimeter-sized single crystals of organolead halide perovskites

Engineers have developed a graphene-based technique for fabricating ultrathin, flexible semiconducting films from exotic materials.

A bio-inspired soft material can alter its properties by self-assembling into molecular superstructures and then disassembling on demand.

Scientists have found that the protective oxide films that form on metals can trap other atoms inside them, which influence many of the film’s properties.

Designing a hydrogel for blood vessel formation.

Micron-sized calcium silicate spheres can self-assemble to form solids that are stronger, harder, more elastic and more durable than Portland cement

A nano-filter made from sheets that naturally grow on liquid metal can clean dirty water over 100 times faster than current technology.

Synopsis of “The Mechanisms of Ductile Rupture” (Philip J.NoellJay D.CarrollBrad L.Boyce) Acta Mat 2018.

A unique combination of imaging tools and atomic-level simulations has revealed that a hybrid organic-inorganic perovskite film is ferroelastic.

Researchers have shown that complex macroscale superstructures can be assembled from building blocks comprising pyramid-shaped quantum dots.

Self-healing, injectable, multifunctional wound dressing based on a micelle-hydrogel composite is flexible and comfortable enough for joint injuries.

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