Perovskite defect might lead to transparent conductor

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A defect found in barium stannate (BaSnO3) perovskite crystals could one day lead to a new type of transparent conductive film, according to scientists at the University of Minnesota. The defect is a one-dimensional (line) defect that runs through single crystals of the material aligned with one of the crystal axis. “The conductive nature and …

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