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Discovery could point to advancements in key electrochemical applications


August 1, 2014

J.D. Burton, left, and Evgeny Tsymbal An international team of scientists, including University of Nebraska-Lincoln physicists, has discovered what they called an intriguing and entirely unexpected phenomenon at the surface of a transition metal oxide material. Full Story

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