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Observation of Anti-Damping Spin-Orbit Torques Generated by In-Plane and Out-of-Plane Spin Polarizations in MnPd 3

May 4, 2021
Mahendra DC, Ding-Fu Shao, Vincent D.-H. Hou, Patrick Quarterman, Ali Habiboglu, Brooks Venuti, Masashi Miura, Brian Kirby, Arturas Vailionis, Chong Bi, Xiang Li, Fen Xue, Yen-Lin Huang, Yong Deng, Shy-Jay Lin, Wilman Tsai, Serena Eley, Weigang Wang, Julie A. Borchers, Evgeny Y. Tsymbal, Shan X. Wang
High spin-orbit torques (SOTs) generated by topological materials and heavy metals interfaced with a ferromagnetic layer show promise for next generation magnetic memory and logic devices. SOTs generated from the in-plane spin polarization along y-axis

A Controlled Vocabulary and Metadata Schema for Materials Science Data Discovery

April 29, 2021
Andrea M. Medina-Smith, Chandler Becker, Raymond L. Plante, Laura Bartolo, Alden A. Dima, James Warren, Robert Hanisch
The International Materials Resource Registries (IMRR) working group of the Research Data Alliance (RDA) was created to spur initial development of a federated registry system to allow for easier discovery and access to materials data. As part of this

Catalyst Enabled in Situ Linkage Reduction in Imine Covalent Organic Frameworks

April 29, 2021
Jiyun Hu, Federica Zanca, Gregory McManus, Isabella Riha, Huong Giang Nguyen, William Shirley, Collin Borcik, Benjamin Wylie, Mourad Benamara, Roger van Zee, Peyman Moghadam, M. Hassan Beyzavi
New linkages for covalent organic frameworks (COFs) have been continuously pursued by chemists as it serves as the structure and property foundation for the materials. Developing new reaction types or modifying known linkages have been the only two methods

Ambient-Temperature Hydrogen Storage via Vanadium(II)-Dihydrogen Complexation in a Metal-Organic Framework

April 28, 2021
David Jaramillo, Henry Jiang, Hayden Evans, Romit Chakraborty, Hiroyasu Furukawa, Craig Brown, Martin Head-Gordon, Jeffrey Long
The widespread implementation of H2 as a fuel is currently hindered by the high pressures or cryogenic temperatures required to achieve reasonable storage densities. In contrast, the realization of materials that strongly and reversibly adsorb hydrogen at

Enhancing Superconductivity of Lu 5 Rh 6 Sn 18 by Atomic Disorder

April 19, 2021
A. Slebarski, M. Fijalkowski, M. M. Maska, J. Deniszczyk, P. Zajdel, Benjamin Trump, A. Yakovenko
For the number of skutterudite-related cage compounds such as cubic R3M4Sn13 (R = Ca or La, M = transition d-electron metal) or tetragonal Y5Rh6Sn18 we have previously reported the impact of various atomic defects in the crystal lattices on the normal

Cluster Morphology of Colloidal Systems with Competing Interactions

April 15, 2021
Nestor E. Valadez-Perez, Yun Liu, Ramon Castaneda-Priego
Reversible aggregation of purely short-ranged attractive colloidal particles leads to the formation of clusters with a fractal dimension that only depends on the second virial coefficient. The addition of a long-ranged repulsion to the potential modifies

Exploring the First High Entropy Thin Film Libraries: Composition spread-controlled Crystalline Structure

March 19, 2021
Thi X. Nguyen, Yen-Hsun Su, Jason Hattrick-Simpers, Takahiro Nagata, Howard Joress, Kao-Shuo Chang, Suchismita Sarker, Apurva Mehta, Jyh-Ming Ting
Thin films of two types of high-entropy oxides (HEOs) have been deposited on 76.2 mm Si wafers using combinatorial sputter deposition. In one type of the oxides, (MgZnMnCoNi)Ox, all the metals have a stable divalent oxidation state and similar cationic

Betraying excitonic processes and chemical bonding in MoS2 by x-ray-absorption near-edge structure and resonant-Auger electron emission

March 10, 2021
Joseph Woicik, Nicholas F. Quackenbush, Conan Weiland, Eric L. Shirley, Abdul K. Rumaiz, Michael T. Brumbach, James M. Ablett
Electron core-hole processes at absorption edges sport several signatures, primarily in the form of bound states and/or excitonic enhancement. Through analysis of the resonant-Raman Auger effect for the 2-dimensional transition-metal dichalcogenide MoS2

The OCEAN Project

March 10, 2021
Eric L. Shirley, John T. Vinson, Keith Gilmore
This chapter presents a high-level description of a suite of programs denoted by the acronym OCEAN (Obtaining Core Excitation spectra ab initio and with NBSE), where NBSE denotes the underlying NIST Bethe-Salpeter Equation program. The main computational

Operando Study of Thermal Oxidation of Monolayer MoS2

March 1, 2021
Sangwook Park, Angel Garcia-Esparza, Hadi Abroshan, Baxter Abraham, John T. Vinson, Allesandro Gallo, Dennis Nordlund, Joonsuk Park, Taeho R. Kim, Roberto Alonso-Mori, Dimosthenis Sokaras, Xiaolin Zheng
Monolayer MoS2 is a promising semiconductor to overcome the physical dimension limits of the microelectronic devices. Understanding the thermochemical stability of MoS2 is essential since these devices generate heat and are susceptible to oxidative

Controlling Bicontinuous Structures through Solvent Segregation Driven Gel

February 16, 2021
Yuyin Xi, Juscelino Leao, Qiang Ye, Ronald S. Lankone, Li Piin Sung, Yun Liu
The past decade has seen increased research interests in studying bicontinuous structures formed by the colloidal self-assembly due to their many useful applications. A new type of colloidal gel, solvent segregation driven gel (SeedGel), has been recently

National Institute of Standards and Technology Environmental Scan 2020

February 9, 2021
Heather Evans, Kristen Greene, William M. Healy, Elizabeth Hoffman, Kate Rimmer, Anna V. Sberegaeva, Neil M. Zimmerman
The 2020 National Institute of Standards and Technology Environmental Scan provides an analysis of key external factors that could impact NIST and the fulfillment of its mission in coming years. The analyses were conducted through four separate lenses

Exchange Bias Switching in an Antiferromagnet/Ferromagnet Bilayer Driven by Spin-Orbit Torque

December 1, 2020
Shouzhong Peng, Daoqian Zhu, Weixiang Li, Hao Wu, Alexander Grutter, Dustin A. Gilbert, Jiaqi Lu, Danrong Xiong, Wenlong Cai, Padraic Shafer, Kang L. Wang, Weisheng Zhao
Electrical manipulation of exchange bias and magnetization in antiferromagnet/ferromagnet thin films has been of great interest in recent years. Here, we experimentally demonstrate current-induced switching of exchange bias in perpendicularly magnetized


November 18, 2020
Christopher C. White, Donald L. Hunston, Kar tean Tan
The non-linear viscoelastic properties of a model sealant were measured using stress relaxation tests conducted at different strain levels, x. Some specimens were measured with no previous strain history while others were given a preconditioning that
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