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Visualizing the intricate electron pairing in iron-based superconductors

Research
Correlated motion provides new clues to the magnetic origin of high-temperature superconductivity

Superconducting wires conduct electricity perfectly — without any energy losses — because

(2012)

Patterned Graphene "Scrap" Grows into Continuous "Patchwork Quilt"

Research

 

New technique produces heterojunctions in single-atom-thick graphene

(2012)

Interacting electron ripples provide clues to superconductivity

Research

 

Interacting electron ripples provide clues to superconductivity A theoretical prediction is confirmed by atomic-scale microscopy

(2011)

Molecular Wires Transmit Electricity Between Nanocrystals

Research
Connections between “quantum dots” may enable new types of solar cells

(2011)

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