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A breakthrough in catalysts: Smaller than nanoscale

For over past couple decades, manipulating materials at the nanoscale to develop efficient catalysts for various applications, including water treatment, has been the gold standard in the field. But a new study goes even smaller - down to a single atom, the theoretical limit in material downsizing.

Sep 10th, 2021

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An insulator made of two conductors - graphene

Researchers have observed a new state of matter in graphene layers twisted relative to each other. The coupling between negatively charged electrons and positively charged holes in the two layers results in a state that no longer conducts electric current.

Sep 9th, 2021

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