Physics

The texture of gummy candies is just as important as its taste. Stale or hard gummy candies can be disappointing even if it still has a sweet taste. The quality of gummy candies depends on its formulation and storage, both of which affect how the molecules in the candy link together. Experiments Conducted by Researchers
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Researchers at the University of Twente have discovered that germanene, a two-dimensional material made of germanium atoms, acts as a topological insulator. It is the first 2D topological insulator made of a single element and has the remarkable ability to switch between “on” and “off” states, making it comparable to transistors. This discovery could result
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A group of international researchers has developed a new surface coating technology that has the potential to significantly increase electron emission in materials. This breakthrough is expected to enhance the production of high-efficiency electron sources and improve the performance of electron microscopes, electron beam lithography systems, and synchrotron radiation facilities. The Importance of Free Electrons
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Scientists from Jilin University, the Center for High Pressure Science and Technology Advanced Research, and Skoltech have developed a new material that could be a significant step toward the creation of a material that conducts electricity with zero resistance at near-room temperature and atmospheric pressure. Researchers are currently exploring polyhydrides, which are compounds with extremely
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Meeting the world’s energy demands is becoming increasingly difficult. As we continue to power our technological age, we are faced with the global energy crisis. The development of superconductors that can operate at ambient pressure and temperature could go a long way toward solving this problem. Quantum Materials and Fractals Advancements in superconductivity are linked
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Researchers at the Max Planck Institute for Nuclear Physics (MPIK) have developed a new experimental approach for tracking the motion of an electron in a strong infrared laser field. The approach is expected to be useful for studying laser-driven electron dynamics within larger atoms or molecules. The team used attosecond transient absorption spectroscopy together with
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