Researchers using the Advanced Photon Source have found a way to “activate” methane so that it can be converted into products like liquid fuels, agrochemicals, pharmaceuticals, polymers, and much more.
In a study published in Nature Physics, researchers demonstrate mechanically driven Autler–Townes splittings and magnetically forbidden Rabi oscillations. These results offer a basis for full strain control of three-level spin systems.
In a study published in Nature, researchers demonstrate precise, programmable quantum control is essential to a range of applications of surface acoustic waves in the quantum limit, including the coupling of disparate quantum systems.
In a study published in Advanced Electronic Materials, researchers developed work in the quantitative relationship between the surface and bulk electronic structures provides guide for precise engineering of the oxygen‐vacancy‐induced 2DEG in SrTiO3.
Center for Nanoscale Materials researchers present a quantum model for achieving ground-state cooling in low frequency mechanical resonators and show how cooperativity and entanglement are key factors to enhance the cooling figure of merit.
In a study published in Nature Physics, researchers pioneered, with the worldwide advent of new coherent X-ray sources, the experimental and analysis methods will enable broad application of XPCS to observe atomic-scale processes on surfaces.
In a study published in Small, Center for Nanoscale Materials researchers created a protocol for controlling shell morphology in water-processed semiconductor nanoparticles and revealed the dependence of charge separation efficiency on shell morphology.