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Water vapor sets some oxides aflutter

(Massachusetts Institute of Technology) A new oscillating crystalline perovskite material could provide a novel approach to generating fuel from sunlight, among other applications. The material was developed by researchers at MIT, Brookhaven National Lab, and EPFL in Switzerland.
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