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June 25, 2023

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Terahertz-to-Visible Light Conversion for Future Telecommunications

A study demonstrates that graphene-based materials can be used to efficiently convert high-frequency signals into visible light, and that this mechanism is ultrafast and tunable. These outcomes open the path to exciting applications in near-future information and communication ...

Aluminium-Ion Batteries With Improved Storage Capacity

Scientists develop positive electrode material using an organic redox polymer based on phenothiazine. Aluminium-ion batteries containing this material stored an unprecedented 167 milliampere hours per gram, outperforming batteries using graphite as electrode material. Aluminium-ion batteries are ...

Shining Potential of Missing Atoms

Single photons have applications in quantum computation, information networks, and sensors, and these can be emitted by defects in the atomically thin insulator hexagonal boron nitride (hBN). Missing nitrogen atoms have been suggested to be the atomic structure responsible for this activity, but it ...

Unveiling the Nanoscale Frontier: Innovating With Nanoporous Model Electrodes

Researchers have introduced a next-generation model membrane electrode that promises to revolutionize fundamental electrochemical ...

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Discovery of Ferroelectricity in an Elementary Substance

Researchers have discovered a new single-element ferroelectric material that alters the current understanding of conventional ferroelectric materials and has future applications in data storage ...

Strong Ultralight Material Could Aid Energy Storage, Carbon Capture

Materials scientists showed that fine-tuning interlayer interactions in a class of 2D polymers can determine the materials' loss or retention of desirable mechanical properties in multilayer or ...

Is It COVID-19 or the Flu? New Sensor Could Tell You in 10 Seconds

Have a cough, sore throat and congestion? Any number of respiratory viruses could be responsible. Today, scientists report using a single-atom-thick nanomaterial to build a device that can ...

Nanophysics: The Right Twist

Stacked layers of ultrathin semiconductor materials feature phenomena that can be exploited for novel applications. Physicists have studied effects that emerge by giving two layers a slight ...

Graphene Grows -- And We Can See It

Graphene is the strongest of all materials. On top of that, it is exceptionally good at conducting heat and electrical currents, making it one of the most special and versatile materials we know. For ...

New Simulation Reveals Secrets of Exotic Form of Electrons Called Polarons

Conditions mapped for the first time of polaron characteristics in 2D materials. TACC's Frontera supercomputer generated quantum mechanical calculations on hexagonal boron nitride system of ...

Mind-Control Robots a Reality?

Researchers have developed biosensor technology that will allow you to operate devices, such as robots and machines, solely through thought ...

Another Crystalline Layer on Crystal Surface as a Precursor of Crystal-to-Crystal Transition

Ice surfaces have a thin layer of water below its melting temperature of 0 degrees Celsius. Such premelting phenomenon is important for skating and snowflake growth. Similarly, liquid often ...

Nano Cut-and-Sew: New Method for Chemically Tailoring Layered Nanomaterials Could Open Pathways to Designing 2D Materials on Demand

A new process that lets scientists chemically cut apart and stitch together nanoscopic layers of two-dimensional materials -- like a tailor altering a suit -- could be just the tool for designing the ...

3D Internal Structure of Rechargeable Batteries Revealed

Researchers have pioneered a technique to observe the 3D internal structure of rechargeable batteries. This opens up a wide range of areas for the new technique from energy storage and chemical ...

Microscopy: Highest Resolution in Three Dimensions

Researchers have developed a super-resolution microscopy method for the rapid differentiation of molecular structures in ...


石墨烯量子点显示承诺小说磁铁ic Field Sensors

Trapped electrons traveling in circular loops at extreme speeds inside graphene quantum dots are highly sensitive to external magnetic fields and could be used as novel magnetic field sensors with ...

New Material May Offer Key to Solving Quantum Computing Issue

A new form of heterostructure of layered two-dimensional (2D) materials may enable quantum computing to overcome key barriers to its widespread application, according to an international team of ...

The Quantum Twisting Microscope: A New Lens on Quantum Materials

One of the striking aspects of the quantum world is that a particle, say, an electron, is also a wave, meaning that it exists in many places at the same time. Researchers make use of this property to ...

Ramping Up Domestic Graphite Production Could Aid the Green Energy Transition

Given the growing importance of graphite in energy storage technologies, a team of esearchers has conducted a study exploring ways to reduce reliance on imports of the in high-demand mineral, which ...

Smooth Sailing for Electrons in Graphene

Physicists have directly measured, for the first time at nanometer resolution, the fluid-like flow of electrons in graphene. The results have applications in developing new, low-resistance materials, ...

From Plastic Waste to Valuable Nanomaterials

Scientists create carbon nanotubes and other hybrid nanomaterials out of plastic waste using an energy-efficient, low-cost, low-emissions process that could also be ...

Virtual and Augmented Reality: Researchers Pioneer Process to Stack Micro-LEDs

Researchers are using emerging technology to demonstrate a process that will enable more immersive and realistic virtual and augmented reality displays with the world's smallest and thinnest ...

New Research Computes First Step Toward Predicting Lifespan of Electric Space Propulsion Systems

Electric space propulsion systems use energized atoms to generate thrust. The high-speed beams of ions bump against the graphite surfaces of the thruster, eroding them with each hit, and are the ...

Novel Device Enables High-Resolution Observation of Liquid Phase Dynamic Processes at Nanoscale

In situ observation and recording of important liquid-phase electrochemical reactions in energy devices is crucial for the advancement of energy science. A research team has recently developed a ...

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