Surface science news, November 2022

New sustainable thermal management material from cellulose

Researchers have demonstrated a new technique for directly printing electronic circuits onto curved and corrugated surfaces.

Researchers have turned Raman spectroscopy into a scientific ‘ruler’ to understand how 2D materials expand on exposure to heat.

Using AI to design new complex metamaterials with useful properties

Researchers have discovered how the electronic properties of the photoelectrode bismuth vanadate change when it gets wet.

By studying how sheets of graphene slide over a graphite surface, researchers have come up with a new law of friction.

By taking advantage of nanoscale forces, researchers have developed a method for precisely controlling the arrangement of nanoparticles on a material.

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