Material Science

675 Laser-induced plasmonic colours on metals.

674 Trimethylchloromethyl ammonium trichloromanganese(II) may be a flexible material competitive for piezoelectric applications.

673 A complete electronic band theory is presented that describes the global properties of all possible band structures and materials, and can be used to predict new topological insulators and semimetals.

672 Instant tough bonding of hydrogels for soft machines and electronics.

671 Nonvolatile ferroelectric domain wall memory.

670 Nanotwinned metal MEMS films with unprecedented strength and stability.

669 Fluorinated h-BN as a magnetic semiconductor.

668 Peculiar torsion dynamical response of spider dragline silk.

667 Phillipsite and Al-tobermorite mineral cements produced through low-temperature water-rock reactions in Roman marine concrete.

666 Bioengineered silkworms with butterfly cytotoxin-modified silk glands produce sericin cocoons with a utility for a new biomaterial.

665 Carbon nanotube transistors scaled to a 40-nanometer footprint.

664 A wet-tolerant adhesive patch inspired by protuberances in suction cups of octopi.

663 Paper-based plasma sanitizers.

662 Biocompatible and totally disintegrable semiconducting polymer for ultrathin and ultralightweight transient electronics.

661 Hydrolytically stable fluorinated metal-organic frameworks for energy-efficient dehydration.

660 Dual-phase nanostructuring as a route to high-strength magnesium alloys.

659 Ultrastrong steel via minimal lattice misfit and high-density nanoprecipitation.

658 Conventional epitaxy is of limited application, but by placing a monolayer of graphene between the substrate and the so-called epilayer grown on top, its scope can be substantially extended.

657 Three-dimensional printing of transparent fused silica glass.

656 Direct 4D printing via active composite materials.

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