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Metals and alloys news, March 2021

By utilizing a semisolid electrode, researchers have found a way to prevent the formation of dendrites in lithium-ion batteries with a solid electrolyte.

Researchers have found a material that can switch between a window and a mirror in a quadrillionth of a second when struck by a short laser pulse.

Using optical spectroscopy, researchers have shown that the insulating behavior of 'bad metals' can be explained with conventional theories.

By combining photonic crystals with a polymer substrate, researchers have developed a photonic material that can move and fold when illuminated.

A novel glass display with a high white light contrast ratio can smoothly transition between a broad spectrum of colors when electrically charged.

Scientists have combined two cutting-edge analytical techniques to achieve nanoscale mapping of each distinct electronic phase in nickelates.

By using 'scientific machine learning', researchers have gained a better understanding of how lithium ions more in and out of battery electrodes.

Researchers have shown that flowing ions near the cathode can prevent the formation of dendrites in lithium-metal batteries.

Researchers have developed a novel cerium molybdate material that exhibits high antiviral activity against the coronavirus that causes covid-19.

DNA-based self-assembly methods can construct 3D superconducting nanostructures

nanomesh pressure sensor can monitor finger pressure without any effect on sensation

Using X-rays, researchers have revealed the presence of both lithium hydride and lithium fluoride in the interphase of lithium-metal batteries.

Using advanced electron microscopes, researchers have imaged the boundary between 2D and 3D materials, and correlated it with their properties.

An exotic metallic material made of cerium, bismuth and palladium can produce a giant Hall effect in the total absence of any magnetic field.

porous silica nanoparticles impregnated with nanoceria offer novel way to treat osteoporosis

By fabricating raised squares on the surface of an antiferromagnetic crystal, researchers have developed a novel data storage medium.

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