- Scientists have developed a new, ultrafast method for electrically controlling magnetism in certain metals, a development that could lead to greatly increased performance and more energy-efficient computer memory and processing technologies.
- The Novel sp2-Bonded Materials program at MSD has discovered that the charge transfer between C60 and graphene is sensitive to the nature of the underlying supporting substrate and to the crystallinity and local orientation of the C60.
- Research within MSD PI Jeffrey Long’s group created a material that can absorb carbon monoxide far better than other materials
- The Ultrafast Materials Science program at MSD has used picosecond perturbation of chemical potential to show how the pseudogap (PG) state of cuprate superconductors inverts the density of states
- The Inorganic/Organic Nanocomposites program at MSD has demonstrated that a monolayer 2D capping layer with high Young’s modulus effectively suppresses dewetting of underlying polymer, metal, and organic semiconductor thin films
Ligand Mediated Transformation of Cesium Lead Bromide Perovskite Nanocrystals to Lead Depleted Cs4PbBr6 Nanocrystals
The Physical Chemistry of Inorganic Nanostructures program at MSD has discovered a ligand mediated transformation of pre-synthesized CsPbBr3 nanocrystals (NCs) to a new type of lead−halide depleted perovskite derivative NC, namely Cs4PbBr6.