In today’s blog, we asked Professor Pavel Jelinek from Nanosurf Lab and Palacky University Olomouc to talk about the focus of his recent Topical Review published in Journal of Physics: Condensed Matter, which details the remarkable recent progress made in the… Read More ›
This weeks image come from a Journal of Physics: Condensed Matter Special Issue on oxide interfaces
Our image of the week comes from Journal of Physics: Condensed Matter and a recent paper from Junje Zhang et al. investigating the chemisoption of hydrogen on graphene using molecular dynamics.
“By breaking disciplinary barriers, I believe condensed matter physics has placed itself at the frontier of science” – an interview with JPCM section editor Professor Talat Rahman
Talat Rahman is a Distinguished and Pegasus Professor at the Department of Physics, University of Central Florida, and section editor of the new Journal of Physics: Condensed Matter section on Physics of Chemical Processes.
Crystalline thin films may be grown on crystalline surfaces, but not necessarily matching atom-by-atom. Can hexagonal ferrites, a new family of multiferroic materials for energy-efficient applications, have a matching substrate?
How the surface structure impacts the destruction of super-liquid repellency
In between liquid-gas and liquid-solid interfaces
How can adsorption-induced changes of surface stress in nanopores be determined experimentally?
This week’s image of the week comes from a recent Journal of Physics: Condensed Matter paper by Dr Markus Heyde et al. of the Fritz Haber Institut der Max Planck Gesellschaft.
Find out more about the topic of surface segregation with this special issue in JPCM.
Graphene is one of the most studied materials, possessing extraordinary properties including great tensile strength — on the order of GPa (gigapascals) — and is popular in the fields of electronics, semiconductors and photovoltaics. One method of producing good quality graphene films involves… Read More ›
This week’s image comes from an experimental paper exploring the nanoscopic mechanisms involved in the phase transition of semiconductors.
Find out how Professor Dr Karl-Heinz Ernst manipulates single molecules and what technique he believes has revolutionized surface science.
Today’s Image of the Week comes from a recent JPCM paper exploring a model system looking at alkali metal on metal surfaces.
Read about the latest in single dopant research and how it hopes to improve the future of electronic semiconductor devices.
Superconducting topological insulators, efficient solar cells and transcription factors acting like buoys. JPCM’s authors explain all in March’s LabTalks.