How to fabricate atomically-thin 2D ternary oxide crystals via bottom-up synthesis
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Combining silica (SiO2) with silicon-carbide (Si2C3) to produce a new porous film – Silicatene
Associate Director for the IBS Center for Corrrelated Systems, Group Leader of the Emergent Phenomena Group, both Seoul National University, elected Fellow of the Korean Physical Society and KPS 2015 Research prize recipient, and JPCM Board Member, the busy Je-Geun Park talks to JPhys+ about his work, the field as a whole and what he enjoys away from science.
In this recent JPhysD Letter, researchers at Nanjing University have experimentally observed H2-filled bubbles in resistive switching cells.
Using multipodal nanotube arrays for photoelectrochemical and light harvesting technologies.
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Emilio Artacho answers our questions on his research, his experiences in physics and what he believes to be the greatest problem facing humanity.
If you own a digital camera or laptop computer, you probably rely on a complementary metal-oxide semiconductor (CMOS) device or two. CMOS devices are favorable since they are far cheaper to manufacture and consume a fraction of the power when compared with their main… Read More ›