In a recent study published in Nanoscale, researchers show increases in cooling time for poorer hydrocarbon solvents compared to better solvents, indicate penetration of solvent into the ligand layer facilitates improved heat transfer to the matrix.
In a recent study published in Nanoscale, researchers found that above the threshold ligand coverage density, NPSLs surprisingly preserve their crystalline order even under high applied pressures and show a completely reversible pressure behavior.
In a recent study published in Chemistry of Materials, researchers found nanodiffracton results suggest a necessary path to enhance stability of perovskite optoelectronic materials and devices from light-emitting diodes to high-energy detectors.
In a recent study published in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, researchers demonstrate that dynamic holographic optical tweezers are capable of manipulating single micrometer-scale anisotropic particles in a microfluidic environment.
In a recent study published in Advanced Energy Materials, researchers demonstrate how data‐driven molecular engineering can accelerate materials discovery for panchromatic photovoltaic or other applications.
In a recent study published in Nature Communications, researchers demonstrate as the time scale of devices shortens, devices promise to spatially disperse temporal width of X-rays, thus generating a temporal resolution below the pulse-width limit.
In a recent study published in Diamond and Related Materials, researchers report that with specific pore size and ease of fabrication, diamond nanofeathers could be a great material choice for supercapacitors, batteries, sensors, and solar cells etc.
In a study published in Journal of Chemical Theory and Computation, researchers indicate density-corrected DFT is both significantly more accurate and reliable and yields a consistent prediction for the Fe–Porphyrin complex.