Physics General News

Study unveils a new family of quantum anomalous Hall insulators

 Physics General News
 02 April 2024
In recent years, physicists and material scientists have identified various new materials marked by interesting properties and quantum effects. These materials could prove highly valuable both as platforms to study quantum effects and for the development of new quantum computing devices....

'Frankenstein design' enables 3D printed neutron collimator

 Physics General News
 01 April 2024
The time-tested strategy of "divide and conquer" took on a new, high-tech meaning during neutron experiments by scientists at the Department of Energy's Oak Ridge National Laboratory. They discovered that the problems they faced while attempting to 3D print a one-piece collimator could be solved by...

Old crystal, new story for enhancing deep ultraviolet laser performance

 Physics General News
 01 April 2024
In the realm of science and technology, harnessing coherent light sources in the deep ultraviolet (DUV) region holds immense significance across various applications such as lithography, defect inspection, metrology, and spectroscopy. Traditionally, high-power 193-nanometer (nm) lasers have been...

Romania center explores world's most powerful laser

 Physics General News
 31 March 2024
"Ready? Signal sent!" In the control room of a research center in Romania, engineer Antonia Toma activates the world's most powerful laser, which promises revolutionary advances in everything from the health sector to space....

N-channel diamond field-effect transistor

 Physics General News
 21 March 2024
A research team has developed an n-channel diamond MOSFET (metal-oxide-semiconductor field-effect transistor). The developed n-channel diamond MOSFET provides a key step toward CMOS (complementary metal-oxide-semiconductor: one of the most popular technologies in the computer chip) integrated...

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