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  • Flipping the switch on ferroelectrics

    Many next-generation electronic and electro-mechanical device technologies hinge on the development of ferroelectric materials. The unusual crystal structures of these materials have regions in their lattice, or domains, that behave like molecular switches. The alignment of a domain can be toggled b more

  • More solar power thanks to titanium

    Earth-abundant, cheap metals are promising photocatalytic electrode materials in artificial photosynthesis. A team of Chinese scientists now reports that a thin layer of titania beneath hematite nanorods can boost the performance of the photoanode. As outlined in their report, the nanostructured ele more

  • Hafnia dons a new face

    It's a material world, and an extremely versatile one at that, considering its most basic building blocks -- atoms -- can be connected together to form different structures that retain the same composition. Diamond and graphite, for example, are but two of the many polymorphs of carbon, meaning that more

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Hafnia heating and cooling

Watch through the microscope's lens as hafnia atoms rearrange themselves at nanoscale levels in this video showing the same raw data seen by the team, courtesy of the UK Guiton Group. more

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Nanorod

Nanorod In nanotechnology , nanorods are one morphology of nanoscale objects. Each of their dimensions range from 1–100nm . They may be synthesized from metals or semiconducting materials. Standard aspect ratio s (length divided by width ... more

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