Friday, September 30, 2022


Generating light through use of pre-existing defects in semiconductor materials

The new method provides an alternative approach to develop InGaN red light emitters, which traditionally suffer from poor efficiency

New energy-saving technique could help pave way for a carbon-neutral society

A method which will allow for faster communication systems and better energy-saving electronics.

Scientists significantly enhanced the charge carrier mobility in organic semiconductors

Fused Aromatic Network with Exceptionally High Carrier Mobility.

New coating for hydrogen fuel

A solution with a first-of-its-kind coating.

Scientists unveiled new quasiparticle in the room temperature

How the excitons in the perovskite react to the presence of a high charge carrier density?

Researchers Boost Intensity of Nanowire LEDs

Nanowire gurus at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) have made ultraviolet light-emitting diodes (LEDs) that, thanks to a special type of...

When superconductivity disappears in a quantum tube

A material is a metal or an insulator relies upon a progression of microscopic details, for example, the quality of the connections between electrons;...

Chemists use abundant, low-cost and non-toxic elements to create semiconductors

Semiconductors are everywhere. They’re on our computers and our cell phones. They’re usually in high-end, high-value products. While semiconductors may not contain rare materials,...

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