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The storage capacity of rechargeable lithium batteries is limited by their electrodes, especially the cathode. A layered copper vanadate material, which reacts electrochemically with lithium ions in an unexpected and reversible way, greatly expands the range of cathode choices.
A new design for reprogrammable microprocessors based on single magnetoresistive elements has the potential to thrust magnetoelectronics from journal concept to everyday product.
Biodegradable polymers can now be used to fabricate microchip implants that release drug doses at predetermined times over many months.
Introducing fluorine into the chemical formula of self-assembling supramolecular systems usually makes for more stable and robust lattices. Now a dendron molecule has been found for which fluorination brings about a change in the self-assembly motif and an unexpected supramolecular architecture.
The nanometre scale is a brave new world for scientists — mixing materials at such small dimensions can cause all sorts of surprising effects. New studies of experimental systems on the nanoscale further our understanding of these complex phenomena.
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