NewsUsing chaos as a tool, scientists discover new method of
making 3-D-heterostructured materials

23rd June 2020by admin0
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Scientists at the U.S. Department of Energy’s Ames
Laboratory and their collaborators from Iowa State University have
developed a new approach for generating layered,
difficult-to-combine, heterostructured solids. Heterostructured
materials, composed of layers of dissimilar building blocks display
unique electronic transport and magnetic properties that are
governed by quantum interactions between their structurally
different building blocks, and open new avenues for electronic and
energy applications.

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