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Materials research in Africa can contribute to addressing global challenges by tapping into a growing number of talented scientists.
The structure of the platelet defect in diamond has been determined by transmission electron microscopy, distinguishing the best-matched atomic model that settles a long-standing debate.
A synchrotron X-ray diffraction experiment demonstrates an unexpected accumulation of electron density in the interlayer region of TiS2, and provides a benchmark for theoretical models of weak interlayer bonding.
The resource-rich continent of Africa is showing signs of significant progress in materials science research and is harnessing a plethora of human and material resources to tackle a wide range of challenges.
A p-type metallic sheet forms between two oxide insulators, LaAlO3 and SrTiO3. Suppression of oxygen vacancies in SrTiO3 plays a critical role in forming this sheet.
A metal–organic framework with tailored porosity provides a mixed matrix membrane with excellent performance for natural gas purification and butane isomer separation.
Two independent research groups report on progress towards making every window a potential solar cell, using perovskite materials.
In order to obtain a fundamental understanding of the interplay between charge, spin, orbital and lattice degrees of freedom in magnetic materials and to predict and control their physical properties
, experimental techniques are required that are capable of accessing local magnetic...
As a generic property, all substances transfer heat through microscopic collisions of constituent particles
. A solid conducts heat through both transverse and longitudinal acoustic phonons, but a liquid employs only longitudinal vibrations
. As a result, a solid is usually thermally more...
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