Surface science news, November 2021

Researchers turned an inert 2D material into a chemically active catalytic support by covering it in tiny holes filled with precious metal atoms.

Researchers have reported the first measurements of the ultra-low-friction behavior of a 2D material known as magnetene.

Using waste biomass as an environmentally friendly alternative

Sweat sensors for non-invasive healthcare monitoring

Ultra-high material efficient solar cell using semiconductor nanowires

Researchers predict that growing 2D boron, known as borophene, on hexagonal boron nitride should make it easier to remove and study.

Researchers have developed a novel electrochemical method for recovering cobalt and nickel from lithium-ion battery electrodes.

Using a scanning probe microscope, researchers have been able to determine the quantum interactions that give rise to a stable standing molecule.

When applied to the surface of a glass lens, a new silicon coating can prevent the red and blue wavelengths in ultrashort laser pulses from separating.

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Researchers have shown that the 2D material black phosphorus can control the polarization of light more precisely than ever before.

An alloy of selenium and sulfur developed as a flexible insulator also shows great potential as a self-healing anticorrosive coating for steel.

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