In a study published in Physical Review Materials, researchers discovered that low spin state for a tetrahedral environment provides a novel platform for spin state manipulation in solid state materials.
In a study published in Physical Review Letters, researchers revealed that a cooperative action of a substantial difference between electron and hole mobility and a moderate carrier compensation might contribute to the extreme magnetoresistance in YSb.
In a study published in Nature Physics, researchers reported that the low-valent, quasi-two-dimensional trilayer compound Pr4Ni3O8 avoids a charge-stripe-ordered phase previously reported for La4Ni3O8, leading to a metallic ground state.
In a study published in Nature Communications, researchers explained a local, fluctuating, orbital-degeneracy-lifted state. A phenomenon likely to be widespread amongst diverse classes of partially filled nominally degenerate d-electron systems.