Condensed Matter

   

Iridium Loses its Identity

Authors: George Rajna

Iridium "loses its identity" and its electrons act oddly in an ultra-thin film when interfaced with nickel-based layers, which have an unexpectedly strong impact on iridium ions, according to Rutgers University-New Brunswick physicist Jak Chakhalian, senior author of a Rutgers-led study in the journal Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. [20] By using sound waves, scientists have begun to explore fundamental stress behaviors in a crystalline material that could form the basis for quantum information technologies. [19] An international research team has observed in real time how football molecules made of carbon atoms burst in the beam of an X-ray laser. [18]

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