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  • Author(s): Miriam Raths, Christina Schott, Johannes Knippertz, Markus Franke, You-Ron Lin, Anja Haags, Martin Aeschlimann, Christian Kumpf, and Benjamin Stadtmüller One of the most important functionalities of the atomically thin insulator hexagonal boron nitride (hBN) is its ability to chemically and electronically decouple functional materials from highly reactive surfaces. It is therefore of utmost importance to uncover its structural properties...
  • Author(s): Ryutaro Yoshimi, Makoto Masuko, Naoki Ogawa, Minoru Kawamura, Atsushi Tsukazaki, Kei S. Takahashi, Masashi Kawasaki, and Yoshinori Tokura Epitaxial thin films of ${({\mathrm{Sn}}_{x}{\mathrm{Pb}}_{1−x})}_{1−y}{\mathrm{In}}_{y}\mathrm{Te}$ were successfully grown by molecular-beam epitaxy in a broad range of compositions ($0≤x≤1$, $0≤y≤0.23$). We investigated electronic phases of the films by the measurements of electrical transport...
  • Author(s): Kingsley O. Egbo, Ayotunde E. Adesina, Chioma V. Ezeh, Chao Ping Liu, and Kin Man Yu Transition metal doped ${\mathrm{In}}_{2}{\mathrm{O}}_{3}$ with high mobility can be used as a transparent conductor with enhanced transparency spectral window. In this work, we carried out a comprehensive study on the electrical and optical properties of ${\mathrm{In}}_{2}{\mathrm{O}}_{3}$ doped wi... [Phys. Rev. Materials 5, 094603] Published Fri...
  • Author(s): Daniel R. Mason, Fredric Granberg, Max Boleininger, Thomas Schwarz-Selinger, Kai Nordlund, and Sergei L. Dudarev Hydrogen isotopes are retained in plasma-facing fusion materials, triggering hydrogen embrittlement and changing tritium inventory as a function of exposure to neutron irradiation. But modeling highly damaged materials—exposed to over 0.1 displacements per atom (dpa)—where saturation of damage is of... [Phys. Rev. Materials...
  • Author(s): Irene Aguilera, Hyun-Jung Kim, Christoph Friedrich, Gustav Bihlmayer, and Stefan Blügel While first-principles calculations with different levels of sophistication predict a topologically trivial ${\mathbb{Z}}_{2}$ state for bulk bismuth, some photoemission experiments show surface states consistent with the interpretation of bismuth being in a topologically nontrivial ${\mathbb{Z}}_{2... [Phys. Rev. Materials 5, L091201] Published...
  • Author(s): O. Abou El Kheir, D. Dragoni, and M. Bernasconi Germanium-rich GeSbTe alloys have recently emerged as promising materials for embedded phase change memories of interest for applications in the automotive sector thanks to the high crystallization temperature of their amorphous phase. Crystallization of Ge-rich GeSbTe alloys can lead to phase separ... [Phys. Rev. Materials 5, 095004] Published Wed Sep 15, 2021
  • Author(s): S. Sourabh, V. R. Whiteside, I. R. Sellers, Y. Zhai, K. Wang, M. C. Beard, V. Yeddu, M. T. Bamidele, and D. Y. Kim Temperature dependent (4–295 K) photoluminescence and transmission spectra are analyzed to study the effect of changing the different components of a perovskite compound, be it $A, B$, or $X$. Four different films are compared: $\mathrm{F}\mathrm{A}\mathrm{M}\mathrm{A}\mathrm{Pb}\mathrm{Sn}{\mathrm{... [Phys. Rev. Materials...