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In a Journal of the American Chemical Society paper, scientists report that cyclic spacers offer more desirable properties compared to linear ones when designing 2D lead iodide perovskites with thermally-demanding optoelectronic applications.
Cutting-edge ultrafast imaging by several methods revealed ultrafast mechanical motion tied to a change in magnetic state in a layered material. This magnetic effect could have applications in nanodevices requiring ultra-precise and fast motion control.