Electrons

Defining The Hund Physics Landscape Of Two-orbital Systems

Electrons are ubiquitous among atoms, subatomic tokens of energy that can independently change how a system behaves -- but they also can change each other. An international research collaboration found that collectively measuring electrons revealed...
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Pioneering Chemistry Approach Could Lead To More Robust Soft Electronics

A new approach to studying conjugated polymers made it possible for researchers to measure the individual molecules' mechanical and kinetic properties during polymerization reaction. The insights gained could lead to more flexible and robust soft...

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The Electron Merry-go-round

Researchers find new mechanism for classical behavior of many-particle quantum systems.
Related topics: Physics, Quantum

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Nematic Transition And Nanoscale Suppression Of Superconductivity In An Iron Chalcogenide

In unconventional superconductors, electrons often exhibit a tendency towards spatial ordering within their atomic structure.
Related topics: Superconductors

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Scientists Have Mapped The Boundary Of The Heliosphere For The First Time

The heliosphere is a protective bubble created by the solar wind and is comprised of a stream of primarily protons, electrons, and alpha particles. It extends from the sun into interstellar space and protects the Earth and our solar system from...
Related topics: Sun, Space

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Velion Focused Ion Beam Scanning Electron Microscope Expands Mit.nano Capabilities

MIT.nano has acquired a Raith VELION focused ion beam scanning electron microscope (FIB-SEM) as a demonstration unit in its characterization facility. The instrument, which arrived on campus last summer, has been installed and qualified in the lower...
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How Do Electrons Behave In Quantum Critical Ferromagnets?

In a classical second-order phase transition, condensed matter systems acquire long-range order upon cooling below the transition temperature, and the properties near the transition are driven by thermal fluctuations. These behaviors have been long...
Related topics: Quantum, Physics

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New Family Of Atomic-thin Electride Materials Discovered

An exploratory investigation into the behavior of materials with desirable electric properties has resulted in the discovery of a structural phase of two-dimensional (2D) materials. The new family of materials are electrides, wherein electrons...
Related topics: Scientific Discoveries

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A Spatiotemporal Symphony Of Light

Using an ultrafast transmission electron microscope, researchers from the Technion - Israel Institute of Technology have, for the first time, recorded the propagation of combined sound and light waves in atomically thin materials.
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Physicists Find “definitive Evidence” Of Mechanism Behind Brightest Auroras

Enlarge / Physicists report definitive evidence that auroras that light up the sky in the high latitudes are caused by electrons accelerated by a powerful electromagnetic force called Alfvén waves. (credit: Austin Montelius, University of Iowa) ...
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Important Contribution To Spintronics Has Received Little Consideration Until Now

The movement of electrons can have a significantly greater influence on spintronic effects than previously assumed. Until now, a calculation of these effects took, above all, the spin of electrons into consideration. The study offers a new approach...

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Rocket Report: Spacex Breaks Streak Of Used Launches, Faa Clears Electron

Enlarge / Liftoff of SpaceX's 22nd operational cargo resupply mission to the Space Station for NASA at 1:29:15 pm June 3, 2021. (credit: Trevor Mahlmann / Ars Technica) Welcome to Edition 4.01 of the Rocket Report! Yes, we've already reached our...
Related topics: SpaceX, Space, NASA

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The Bmw I4 Strikes A Dangerous Balance

Should your EV shout about its electrons, or will more drivers come calling if aesthetic takes a back seat to technology? That’s the challenge automakers like BMW face, and the confirmation of the 2022 i4 and iX launch details this week has...

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Unique Microscope To Film Molecules In Motion

A unique electron microscope, set to break new ground in biological imaging, is being installed today at the Rosalind Franklin Institute in the UK. The machine is able to image biological samples at up to a million frames a second, a thousand times...
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Scientists Found A New And Promising Qubit At A Place Where There Is Nothing

In the world of quantum mechanics, researchers can even make empty space, the lack of something, do their bidding. Scientists have now created a new setup to control the absence of electrons in a solid material. They want to use these holes as a...
Related topics: Qubits, Quantum, Physics

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Harmonious Electronic Structure Leads To Enhanced Quantum Materials

The electronic structure of metallic materials determines the behavior of electron transport. Magnetic Weyl semimetals have a unique topological electronic structure—the electron's motion is dynamically linked to its spin. These Weyl semimetals...
Related topics: Quantum, Physics

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Mass Of Human Chromosomes Measured

Researchers used a powerful X-ray beam to determine the number of electrons in a spread of 46 chromosomes which they used to calculate mass.
Related topics: Genetics, Chromosomes

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Understanding Of Invisible But Mighty Particles In Earth's Radiation Belts

Tiny charged electrons and protons which can damage satellites and alter the ozone have revealed some of their mysteries to scientists.
Related topics: Satellites, Space, Ozone

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Ptychography Shows Atoms At Amazing Resolution

Cornell University enhanced electron microscopy using a technique known as ptychography in 2018. At the time, it allowed an electron microscope to resolve things three times smaller than previously possible. But that wasn’t enough. The team...
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New Method For Observes Graphene Growing Using Standard Electron Microscope

Researchers from the University of Surrey have revealed a new method that enables common laboratory scanning electron microscopes to see graphene growing over a microchip surface in real time.
Related topics: Graphene, Microscopes

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