Metals and alloys news, July 2020

Researchers have used state-of-the-art computational tools to model the chaotic behavior of ‘strange’ metals down to the lowest possible temperatures.

New titanium implants could last a lifetime

multi-functional porous titanium implant could last a lifetime

Taking their inspiration from shells and grapefruits, engineers have created what they say is the first manufactured non-cuttable material.

For the first time, researchers have observed a quantum fluid known as the fractional quantum Hall state in a 2D semiconductor.

Scientists have developed a novel instrument for studying quantum materials that can make three kinds of atom-scale measurements simultaneously.

Researchers have developed a three-layer anti-reflection coating for making plastic sheets conductive and more transparent.

Researchers have used a supercomputer to perform real-time simulations of wear and friction on alloys of copper and nickel at atomic scales.

Researchers have developed a novel form of non-volatile computer memory, based on sliding atomically thin layers of metal over one another.

Researchers have identified which pairs of atoms in a nanoparticle of palladium and platinum are the most active in breaking down car exhaust gases.

A light-powered metal catalyst, comprising tiny spheres of aluminum dotted with specks of palladium, can break the strong chemical bonds in fluorocarbons.

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