It is well known that two-dimensional transition metal dichalcogenide (TMDC) edges show activity for catalytic hydrogen evolution reaction (HER), but further improvements had been thought to require extrinsic doping.
Understanding a material’s nanoscale electromechanical functionality is critical to applications from energy storage and computing to biology and medicine.
Understanding and controlling the transformations of transition metal dichalcogenides (TMDs) from amorphous precursors into 2D materials is important for guiding synthesis, directing fabrication, and tailoring functional material prope
The demonstration of atomically-precise manipulation of substitutional dopants in graphene using modern scanning transmission electron microscopes has spurred increased theoretical efforts toward a first principles understanding the dy
Transport of biological molecules in cells occur under nonequilibrium steady-state conditions in crowded and confined aqueous environments.
CNMS scientists, working with users, explored 2D MXene, monolayer Ti3C2, as a feasible co-catalyst for hydrogen production with graphitic carbon nitride (g-C3N4) nanosheet
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.