Metals and alloys news, February 2021

Turning windows into energy generators

novel transparent metal oxide photovoltaic cells could turn windows into energy generators

Researchers have developed a novel electromagnetic shielding material comprising a polymer filled with quasi-one-dimensional nanowires.

Researchers are developing superconducting nanowire devices that could replace the Josephson junctions in superconducting electronics.

A metal organic framework coated with a cancer cell membrane has proved effective at delivering and releasing a cancer immunotherapy drug.

Using various analytical techniques, researchers have identified the specific platinum atoms that form the active site on a hydrogen-producing catalyst.

Quantum Information and Deep Learning for Turbulent Combustion Modeling & Simulation

For the first time, researchers have developed an optical coating that can simultaneously reflect and transmit the same wavelength, or color.

Scientists have produced the first 2D silicon-germanium alloys and demonstrated an easy way to fine-tune their electronic properties.

Professor Hongjin Fan announced as new Editor-in-Chief of Materials Today Energy.

Researchers used X-ray tomography to discover that voids can form at the interface between electrodes and the solid electrolyte in solid-state batteries.

Researchers have developed a new method for smashing individual metal nanoclusters together to form macro-scale hunks of solid metal.

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