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A two-dimensional network of spin crossover molecules controlled by light

30 July 2016

A two-dimensional network of spin crossover molecules controlled by light

Controlling the spin state of a two-dimensional molecular network with light, it’s what just demonstrated teams of Laboratoire de Matériaux et Phénomènes Quantiques, of Institut de Chimie Moléculaire (...)

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Quantum unity is strength !

24 November 2015

Quantum unity is strength !

Researchers from the QUAD team have shown that when electrons in matter move in a coordinated manner, like the violins of an orchestra, the emission of infrared light becomes more efficient.
The (...)

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Immersion in the synthesis of nanoparticles with transmission electron microscopy in liquid

23 June 2015

Immersion in the synthesis of nanoparticles with transmission electron microscopy in liquid

Mastering the properties of nanomaterials requires controlling their size and shape. Developed in an empirical manner, wet-chemistry synthesis of anisotropic metal nanoparticles would greatly (...)

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Buckling of grain boundaries in graphene

20 November 2014

Buckling of grain boundaries in graphene

The morphology and local electronic properties of graphene, a two-dimensional cristal made out of carbon, have been measured by scanning tunneling microscopy. These results will allow a better (...)

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A twin photon laser pointer

20 May 2014

A twin photon laser pointer

Quantum information is a field of science relying on the laws of quantum mechanics aiming to improve the acquisition, transmission and processing of information with respect to classical systems. (...)

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