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Thin and continuous films of porous metal–organic frameworks can now be conformally deposited on various substrates using a vapour-phase synthesis approach that departs from conventional solution-based routes.
Structural inversion asymmetry in magnetic materials leads to a dissipative chiral damping mechanism. This mechanism is evidenced in the field-driven domain-wall motion in perpendicularly magnetized asymmetric Pt/Co/Pt trilayers.
The insertion of a few unit-cell-thick EuTiO3 layers at the interface between LaAlO3 and SrTiO3 leads to the formation of an electric-field-tunable quasi-two-dimensional electron system where ferromagnetism and superconductivity coexist.
The electronic interaction between deposited metal nanoparticles and their support material can influence their functionality. Here, a quantification of the charge transfer between platinum nanoparticles and a ceria support is presented.
The thermoelectric response of a fullerene–gold electrode single-molecule junction has been studied in a scanning tunnelling microscope. The junction exhibits positive and negative thermopower, dependent on molecule orientation and applied pressure.
In polymer-based nanocomposites the polymeric phase is often confined between stiff inorganic phases. The effect of this confinement on mechanical properties is assessed.
To fully deploy the potential of semiconductor nanocrystal films as low-cost electronic materials, a better understanding of the amount of dopants required to make their conductivity metallic is needed. In bulk semiconductors, the critical concentration of electrons at the metal–insulator...
Integrating metal–organic frameworks (MOFs) in microelectronics has disruptive potential because of the unique properties of these microporous crystalline materials. Suitable film deposition methods are crucial to leverage MOFs in this field. Conventional solvent-based procedures, typically...
Palladium–hydrogen is a prototypical metal–hydrogen system. It is therefore not at all surprising that a lot of attention has been devoted to the absorption and desorption of hydrogen in nanosized palladium particles. Several seminal articles on the interaction of H with Pd nanocubes and...
Bulk matrix stiffness has emerged as a key mechanical cue in stem cell differentiation. Here, we show that the commitment and differentiation of human mesenchymal stem cells encapsulated in physiologically soft (∼0.2–0.4 kPa), fully synthetic polyisocyanopeptide-based three-dimensional (3D)...
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