Chemistry

Perovskite Solar Cells Stability Enigma Solved With Solvents

Perovskite Solar Cells Stability Enigma Solved With Solvents

Perovskites are cubic crystals with efficient light-harvesting properties, but light, humidity, and heat can stress the materials.

Vanadium Dioxide Has Memory Of Phases

Vanadium Dioxide Has Memory Of Phases

Researchers have discovered that Vanadium Dioxide (VO2) can "remember" the complete history of previous external stimuli

Neodymium Spins Freeze When Heated Up

Neodymium Spins Freeze When Heated Up

Physicists observed a strange new type of behaviour; neodymium spins ‘freeze’ into a static pattern when the temperature rises

Improving Magnesium Borohydride For Solid-state Hydrogen Storage

Improving Magnesium Borohydride For Solid-state Hydrogen Storage

Carbon Dioxide Converted Into Fuel With Ultraviolet Light Catalysis

Carbon Dioxide Converted Into Fuel With Ultraviolet Light Catalysis

Perovskite Solar Cells Have Intrinsic Instability Issues

Perovskite Solar Cells Have Intrinsic Instability Issues

One of the hot topics in photovoltaic technology research is the use of organic-inorganic halide perovskites as solar cells because of the high power conversion efficiency and low-cost fabrication.

Electroluminescent Panels Printed Directly On 3D Objects

Electroluminescent Panels Printed Directly On 3D Objects

New Water-based Liquid Crystal Configurations Discovered

New Water-based Liquid Crystal Configurations Discovered

New Graphene Nano-Membrane 1000 Times More Breathable Than Goretex

New Graphene Nano-Membrane 1000 Times More Breathable Than Goretex

A stable, porous graphene nano-membrane thinner than a nanometre has been produced by researchers at ETH Zurich. That's 100,000 times thinner than a human hair.