NewsSelf‐healing crystal voids in double perovskite
nanocrystal

3rd January 2022by admin0
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From the Terminator to Spiderman’s suit,
self-repairing robots and devices abound in sci-fi movies. In
reality, though, wear and tear reduce the effectiveness of
electronic devices until they need to be replaced. What is the
cracked screen of your mobile phone healing itself overnight, or
the solar panels providing energy to satellites continually
repairing the damage caused by micro-meteorites?

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