In a recently published ACS Nano article CNMS scientists working with users from the University of Washington report on light-induced dynamics in 2D perovskite (C4H9NH3)2PbI4
A robust machine learning method was developed by CNMS, in collaboration with users from the University of Tennessee, to automatically convert STEM movies into atomic positions without any limitation on data volume.
Isotope labeling is a heavily utilized technique in the study of proteins and amino acids that allows specific molecular groups to be tracked through complex chemical reactions.
CNMS scientists working in collaboration with Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, University of Virginia, and University of Kansas discovered a technique to increases thermal conductivity by 50% and reduces defect density through control
Computationally guided design uncovers atomic-scale details that are critical for devices concerning the minimization of direct tunneling between the leads while maintaining sufficient peak current and peak-to-valley current ratio.
This work demonstrated an efficient method based on 2D MXenes that detects water vapor at a very low detection limit of <0.1%RH, exceeding performance (detection range, sensitivity and power) of other 2D-materials.
This work demonstrated a third-harmonic signal from a topologically non-trivial zigzag array of dielectric nanoparticles and strong enhancement of the nonlinear photon generation at the edge states of the nanofabricated array.
This work provided a clear understanding of the mechanism for the observed Raman shifts under strain for few-layer black phosphorous (BP). This understanding settles literature controversy and means that the Raman signatures can be used to develop stra
This work is one of the very few studies comparing the effects of partial versus full deuteration on the structures and properties in semicrystalline polymers.
This research overcomes limitations in poor solubility of heterometallic double complex salt (DCS) precursors by using a clever sequential adsorption of metal cations and anions onto a silica support followed by an efficient reduction step which convert