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The morphology of semiconductor blends greatly affects their performance in solar cells. Advances in scanning probe potentiometry are making it possible to image directly the build up of charge after a cell is illuminated.
The giant response of thermoelectric voltage to magnetic field in experiments on a model granular magnetic system is attributed to asymmetric spin-flip processes.
Mathematical modelling of materials' behaviour has become an indispensable tool that is urgently required for the development of the next generation of nuclear and fusion technology.
Choosing a porous solid for catalysis usually involves a trade-off between reactivity and mass-transport properties. Polycrystalline zeolite aggregates with adjustable mesoscopic pores make both available in one material.
Nanoscale systems are forecast to be a means of integrating desirable attributes of molecular and bulk regimes into easily processed materials. Notable examples include plastic light-emitting devices and organic solar cells, the operation of which hinge on the formation of electronic excited...
In nanoscale contact experiments, it is generally believed that the shear stress at the onset of plasticity can approach the theoretical shear strength of an ideal, defect-free lattice
, a trend also observed in idealized molecular dynamics simulations
. Here we report direct...
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