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A single transport function has been developed to describe the temperature and energy dependence of charge transport in insulating, semiconducting and metallic polymers.
This Review discusses the different, state-of-the-art applications of heterostructures containing at least one layer of a two-dimensional (2D) material, combined with 0D, 1D and 3D nano-objects.
In recent years, enhanced light–matter interactions through a plethora of dipole-type polaritonic excitations have been observed in two-dimensional (2D) layered materials. In graphene, electrically tunable and highly confined plasmon-polaritons were predicted and observed, opening up...
The superconductivity is found to control the magnetic configuration in GdN/Nb/GdN spin valves as a result of an antiferromagnetic exchange interaction arising from the coupling between the superconducting condensation energy and the magnetic state.
A device is presented that can detect mid-infrared plasmons in graphene encapsulated by hexagonal boron nitride via the thermoelectric effect; the natural decay product of the plasmons (electronic heat) is converted into a measurable voltage signal.
The electrical control and readout of single two-level state defects in a defective oxide film grown directly on the channel of a thin-film FET allow for the extraction of individual long relaxation times.
The complex 3D structure of a quasicrystalline binary nanocrystal superlattice has been resolved by electron microscopy and tomography.
Using MOFs as active electrodes in electrochemical double layer capacitors has so far proved difficult. An electrically conductive MOF used as an electrode is now shown to exhibit electrochemical performance similar to most carbon-based materials.
A universal descriptor for the prediction of C–H bond activation barriers has been established, and combined with a thermodynamic analysis of methane activation, to provide design rules for various types of heterogeneous catalysts.
A high-throughput hydrogel-based platelet-contraction cytometer is able to quantify single-platelet contraction forces and may function as a clinical diagnostic biophysical biomarker.
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