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The research teams of Hao Tjeng from the MPI-CPfS, Andrea Severing from the University of Cologne, Antoine Maignan from CRISMAT Laboratory Caen, and Maurits Haverkort from the University of Heidelberg have succeeded in determining the electronic orbital that is responsible for the Ising magnetism in Ca3Co2O6. A direct image of the donut-shaped orbital has been made using the new Max Planck end-station at German Electron Synchrotron DESY in Hamburg. mehr

A collaboration between our Institute and the group of Stuart Brown at the University of California Los Angeles has discovered that one of the foundational experiments performed on the famous superconductor Sr2RuO4 gave an incorrect result.  This realisation both solves an outstanding experimental puzzle and reinvigorates this field of research. mehr

Natalia Gloriozova was awarded the best poster prize at the 17th European Conference on Solid State Chemistry (ECSSC) in Lille, France. mehr

Imagine a world in which electricity could flow through the grid without any losses or where all the data in the world could be stored in the cloud without the need for power stations. mehr

Am 19. September 2019 wurde die Ausstellung „Chemistry meets Art“ mit Werken von Dr. Sabine Wrabetz (Wissenschaftlerin am FHI der MPG in Berlin) am MPI CPfS eröffnet. mehr

Die Wolfgang Johannes Hönle - Stiftung für „Kunst und Chemie“ ermöglicht in diesem Monat die Eröffnung einer neuen Kunstausstellung mit Werken von Sabine Wrabetz am MPI CPfS in Dresden. mehr

Be5Pt is a rare representative of semiconductors, formed by metallic elements only. The gap in the band structure appears because of the combination of relativistic effects with the unique chemical bonding picture containing polar two-atomic and multi-atomic Pt-Be interactions. mehr

The new cage compound MgSi5 forms at extreme conditions in a multi-anvil device. The new framework motif features conventional Si-Si bonds in the network plus a new type of multi-center bonding between the silicon and the magnesium atoms in the cages. mehr

Recently, the iron chalcogenides received considerable attention in the condensed physics community mehr

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