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Changing direction: Research team discovers switchable electronic chirality in an achiral Kagome superconductor

14-Oct-2022

An international research team led by the Department of Microstructured Quantum Matter at the MPSD reports the first observation of switchable chiral transport in a structurally achiral crystal, the Kagome superconductor CsV₃Sb₅. Its work has been published in Nature. Whether or not an object is ...

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When a band falls flat: Searching for flatness in materials

International collaboration creates a catalogue of materials that could impact quantum technologies

04-Apr-2022

The world’s first catalog of flat band materials, published in Nature journal, could reduce the serendipity in the search for new materials with exotic quantum properties, such as magnetism and superconductivity, with applications in memory devices or in long-range dissipationless transport of ...

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The interplay between Topology and Magnetism has a bright future

04-Mar-2022

The new review paper on magnetic topological materials of Andrei Bernevig, Princeton University, USA, Haim Beidenkopf, Weizmann Institute of Science, Israel, and Claudia Felser, Max Planck Institute for Chemical Physics of Solids, Dresden, Germany, introduces the new theoretical concept that ...

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A new way to generate electricity from waste heat: using an antiferromagnet for solid devices

Giant thermoelectric effect in an antiferromagnet discovered

25-Nov-2021

Researchers at the Max Planck Institute for Chemical Physics of Solids in Dresden, Germany, together with collaborators at the Ohio State University and the University of Cincinnati, have discovered, for the first time, a giant thermoelectric effect in an antiferromagnet. The study published in ...

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First glimpse of hydrodynamic electron flow in 3D materials

"Really to "see" electrons flowing through a thin piece of metal like water through a pipe is very exciting"

29-Sep-2021

Electrons flow through most materials more like a gas than a fluid, meaning they don’t interact much with one another. It was long hypothesized that electrons could flow like a fluid, but only recent advances in materials and measurement techniques allowed these effects to be observed in 2D ...

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Enantiomorph distribution maps for metals and metallic alloys

07-Jun-2021

The spatially resolved determination of which of the two enantiomorphic structural variants - the left-handed or the right-handed - of a chiral phase is present in a polycrystalline material is the focus of a publication in Science Advances. With the EBSD (electron backscatter diffraction) -based ...

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Topology Gets Magnetic: The New Wave Of Topological Magnetic Materials

Researchers demonstrate new high-throughput method for discovering magnetic topology

24-Nov-2020

The electronic structure of nonmagnetic crystals can be classified by complete theories of band topology, reminiscent of a “topological periodic table.” However, such a classification for magnetic materials has so far been elusive, and hence very few magnetic topological materials have been ...

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A topography of extremes

On the track of unconventional superconductivity, researchers are charting unknown territory

31-Aug-2020

An international team of scientists from the Helmholtz-Zentrum Dresden-Rossendorf (HZDR), the Max Planck Institute for Chemical Physics of Solids, and colleagues from the USA and Switzerland have successfully combined various extreme experimental conditions in a completely unique way, revealing ...

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Speeding up the hydrogen production by the magic topological surface states

29-Aug-2019

Water electrolysis could provide high-quality hydrogen gas that can be used in fuel cells directly. However, since noble metals, such as platinum and iridium, are currently needed to initiate such a reaction, the cost is very high. "Obviously, catalysts that are low-cost with high-activity are ...

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Electrons go with the flow

12-Oct-2018

You turn on a switch and the light switches on because electricity "flows". The usual perception is that this is like opening a faucet and the water starts to flow. But this analogy is misleading. The flow of water is determined by the theory of hydrodynamics, where the behavior of the fluid ...

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