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Materials Research: Oxide Ceramics with Reversible Properties
Jülich, 21. January 2019 – Modern technology could not do without materials that have clearly defined physical properties. A new approach to achieving targeted and at the same time reversible material design using oxygen has now been presented by scientists at Forschungszentrum Jülich. The ceramic material they examined is able to absorb, store and release oxygen, in the same manner as a sponge does with water. In the process, the crystalline substance switches from conductive to insulating behaviour, while at the same time its magnetic properties also change. The researchers envisage possible applications for this material in data storage, sensors and catalysts.
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Scattering with x-rays and neutrons "tell us where atoms are and how they move” (C. Shull). Where would we be without the understanding of the microscopic world gained through scattering methods?
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