Controlling charge doping in 2D materials

— Technology Description

Researchers at Washington University in St. Louis have developed a method to control charge doping in 2D materials like graphene. This method uses α-RuCl3 to create pn junctions at a smaller scale than silicon transistors.

While α-RuCl3 efficiently removes el…

Controlling charge doping in 2D materials

— Technology Description

Researchers at Washington University in St. Louis have developed a method to control charge doping in 2D materials like graphene. This method uses α-RuCl3 to create pn junctions at a smaller scale than silicon transistors.

While α-RuCl3 efficiently removes el…

Improved NMR sensitivity with an integrated EPR-NMR spectrometer

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Researchers in Dr. Alexander Barnes’s lab at Washington University have developed a low-noise integrated EPR-NMR spectrometer with improved NMR sensitivity and faster acquisition times. This patented device can increase sensitivity in NMR experiments (potentially by a …

Chaotic Optomechanical Resonators

— Background: Chaos is considered hypersensitive to conditions of a system and is often thought to be unpredictable and difficult to explain. However, recent work has shown that chaos can be added as noise to improve amplification of weak signals through stochastic resonance. Stochastic resonance has …

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