For the first time researchers have experimentally produced a new class of materials blending hydrogen with sodium that could alter the superconductivity landscape and could be used for hydrogen-fuel cell storage.
With an aim of creation of the new generation devices, corresponding to the highest standards of the semiconductor plates? surface purity, researchers have come close to the creation of a new technology of planarization of silicone carbide materials? surface by accelerator cluster ions.
In what could prove to be a significant advance in fabricating new technologies, scientists discovered a new self-assembly mechanism that surprisingly drives negatively charged molecules to clump together to form islands when graphene is supported by an electrical insulator.