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Conducting complex oxides with correlated electrons at room temperature offer a less explored materials platform for the high conductivity and optical transparency needed for ultrathin invisible circuitry.
The quasi-one-dimensional bismuth iodide β-Bi4I4 is theoretically predicted and experimentally confirmed to exhibit a (1;110) Z
2 strong topological insulator phase.
Neutron scattering measurements provide evidence for strong coupling between stripe spin fluctuations, nematicity and superconductivity in single-crystalline FeSe.
The interaction between graphene and the spins of molecular magnets grown on it has been studied. The coupling between graphene phonons, spins and Dirac fermions modifies—and may be used for controlling—the quantum spin dynamics.
Although rechargeable batteries that use light electropositive metal anodes are attractive, electrodeposition of calcium has proved difficult. Calcium plating at moderate temperatures using conventional organic electrolytes has now been demonstrated.
The search for new materials that can improve the energy density of Li-ion batteries is technologically important. An electrochemically active compound with the composition Li4Mn2O5 exhibits an unprecedented discharge capacity of 355 mAh g−1.
Porous materials functionalized with catalytic metals typically possess single catalytic functionalities. The hierarchical ordering of porous silica for directed transport between compartmentalized catalytic regions is presented.
Solvent-free, supersoft and superelastic polymer melts and networks made from bottlebrush macromolecules can display low modulus, high strain at break, and extraordinary elasticity.
A hydrogel-design strategy achieves transparent and conductive bonding of synthetic hydrogels to a variety of non-porous surfaces, with interfacial toughness values over 1,000 J m−2.
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