Metallic glasses are promising as structural materials because of high mechanical strength, but they often lack ductility, limiting their application.
Measuring interaction between particles in condensed matter has been of paramount interest since it provides a starting point for describing the statistical properties of the system under consideration.
This measurement is correlated directly to ultrahigh energy-resolution monochromated electron energy-loss spectroscopy (EELS) measurements, which are able to directly measure the phonon response at t
Practical applications of the real-space diffusion Monte Carlo (DMC) method require the removal of core electrons, where currently localization approximations of
High entropy ceramics provide enhanced flexibility for tailoring a wide range of physical properties, emerging from the diverse chemical and configurational degrees of freedom.
Using ab initio tight-binding approaches, we investigate Floquet band engineering of the 1T' phase of transition metal dichalcogenides (MX2, M = W, Mo and X = Te, Se, S) monolayers under the irradiation with circularly polarized