Researchers developed a sensitive method for measuring the elastocaloric effect in solids, providing new ways to follow and study subtle phase transitions.
Scientists studied how different parametrizations of atmospheric models perform in representing extreme geophysical events and help predict the likelihood of natural catastrophes with climate change.
Transverse shear microscopy has been demonstrated as a nondestructive method of studying the shear deformation in two-dimensional crystal lattices.
Studies exploring the potential of lithium sulfur batteries are summarized in a new review.
An understanding of the patterns formed by a water jet on a rotating substrate can lead to environmentally friendly silicon wafer cleaning processes.
Atomistic structure learning algorithm (ASLA) teaches itself to build pristine graphene and other compounds by using an image recognition approach.
Studying the echoes of disturbances in water can indicate inhomogeneities and local structures in the liquid.
Mueller matrix metrology, an advanced ellipsometry technique, can be an effective tool for analyzing the critical dimensions of nanostructures.
A new article presents an experimental setup that combines electrochemical impedance spectroscopy and color impedance spectroscopy to investigate materials with voltage-modulated optical properties.
Researchers could bypass typical shortcomings in the modelling of turbulence by combining two approaches.
Measurements indicate alpha-quartz’s surface signal should not be neglected in spectroscopy calibration
Phase-sensitive sum frequency generation spectroscopy reveals that the contribution from the surface of alpha-quartz to the overall sum frequency response signal is more significant than previously assumed.
Scientists used the finite field approach to theoretically study the behavior of bulk aqueous electrolyte solutions, discovering many conceptual advantages over existing theoretical methods.