Novel two-step mechanism revealed in two-dimensional material formation
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Novel two-step mechanism revealed in two-dimensional material formation

A typical monolayer and single crystal is grown. Credit: Toshiaki Kato. Typically only atom thick, 2D materials exhibit highly desirable properties
Study: Increasingly frequent wildfires linked to human-caused climate change
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Study: Increasingly frequent wildfires linked to human-caused climate change

NASA astronauts could see smoke from a Northern California wildfire in 2019 from the International Space Station. Credit: NASA Researchers from
Hubble finds evidence of persistent water vapor in one hemisphere of Europa
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Hubble finds evidence of persistent water vapor in one hemisphere of Europa

NASA's Galileo spacecraft took this photograph of Europa, the Jovian moon. It was taken at 776,700 miles. Europa is slightly smaller than Earth's
Study unveils the minimum temperature for droplets levitating from smooth surfaces
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Study unveils the minimum temperature for droplets levitating from smooth surfaces

Below are a series of images that show the failure of a thin layer of vapor surrounding a hot, metal, cylindrical rod, which is immersed in water.
Why boiling droplets can race across hot oily surfaces
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Why boiling droplets can race across hot oily surfaces

Researchers have discovered why droplets travel 100 times faster across heated oily surfaces than they do on bare metal. The droplets are shown in
Unknown Liquid Phase Discovered in Glass Is 'A New Type of Material', Scientists Say
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Unknown Liquid Phase Discovered in Glass Is 'A New Type of Material', Scientists Say

Scientists studying the development of high-density, super-thin glass have reported the discovery of an unknown phase of liquid. These glass types
Astronomers Detect Water Vapor on Jupiter's Moon Ganymede For The First Time
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Astronomers Detect Water Vapor on Jupiter's Moon Ganymede For The First Time

For the first time, astronomers have found evidence of water vapour in Jupiter's atmosphere. Ganymede is the largest moon in our Solar System. It
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Hubble finds evidence of water vapor on Jupiter's largest moon

Scientists discovered water vapor for the first time on Ganymede (Jupiter's largest moon). To find the vapor, scientists used archival and new data
A Setback For The Ethanol Industry
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A Setback For The Ethanol Industry

This Friday, May 20, 2021 photo shows a fuel truck driver checking the gasoline level at a United... [+] Oil station on Sunset Blvd. in Los Angeles.
CO2 Rise in The Amazon Could Affect Rainfall More Than Deforestation
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CO2 Rise in The Amazon Could Affect Rainfall More Than Deforestation

The Amazon rainforest will see a lot less rainfall in the next century. Research has shown that even if deforestation is stopped completely, a