Cornell University researchers have discovered over 20 never-before-seen self-assembled crystal structures.
Using a targeted computational approach, the researchers looked for previously unknown structures characterized by low particle coordination.
They developed a new functional form for particle interactions that allows all features to be tuned independently.
The researchers observed significant complexity and symmetry within these crystal structures, including clathrates (chemical substances made up of a lattice that traps or contains molecules)
with empty 'cages', and low-symmetry structures.
From Cornell Chronicle
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