The interplay between topology and magnetism can lead to many exotic states.
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A real-time feedback approach was used to reveal and control the transformational pathways during the top-down synthesis of Janus WSSe monolayers and its fractional alloys with pulsed laser deposition.
Demonstrated an automated materials multifunctional characterization platform with computer-centered experiments using real-time data fitting and modeling response.
Application of an electrical stimulation training protocol to a phospholipid droplet interface bilayer (DIB) results in persistent synaptic plasticity in the form of long-term potentiation (LTP), an important componen
A novel time-domain quantum electronic dynamics method was developed to evaluate broad-band momentum-resolved cross-sections for electronic excitations of nanomaterials due to inelastic scattering.
Competition among exchange interactions is able to induce novel spin correlations on a bipartite lattice without geometrical frustration.
The electronic instabilities in CsV3
– Materials in which you can manipulate the proportion of oxide ions are considere
Understanding the effects of electronic frustration on the kagome lattice is a very active area in correlated materials physics.