NewsNew route to build materials out of tiny particles

27th May 2022by admin0

Researcher Laura Rossi and her group at TU Delft have
found a new way to build synthetic materials out of tiny glass
particles—so-called colloids. Together with their colleagues from
Queen’s University and the University of Amsterdam, they showed
that they can simply use the shape of these colloids to make
interesting building blocks for new materials, regardless of other
properties of the colloidal particles. “This is striking, because
it opens up a completely new way to think about materials design,”
Rossi says. Their work is published in Science Advances this
Friday.

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