Surface science news, May 2021

Innovative process permanently stores plant-captured CO2 as silicon carbide

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Innovative way to reduce the band gap in cheaper and non-toxic tin-based oxide semiconductors

New way to arrange 2D nanosheets into a 3D configuration to produce new materials

A novel 'molecular glue' can keep a key interface inside perovskite solar cells from degrading, thereby improving their long-term reliability.

Implantable nanoparticle sensor shows concentration changes of substances in the blood

Scientists have characterized how the electronic states in an exotic iron-based superconductor depend on local chemical concentrations.

Using a specially modified atomic force microscope, researchers have been able to determine the proton affinity of individual atoms on a surface.

Scientists have used sophisticated microscopy techniques to reveal how the gold in gold-silver nanoparticles can prevent the silver from leaching out.

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