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Change in Diamond Thermal Conductivity 11.05.2024

Diamonds, known for their hardness and excellent thermal conductivity, have always been an object of interest for scientific research. Recent discoveries by American scientists in the field of changing the thermal conductivity of diamond by deforming it open up new prospects in the creation of electronic devices and technologies.

American scientists have developed a method for changing the thermal conductivity of diamond by stretching and compressing it. This discovery promises a revolution in the development of new electronic devices.

Diamond, known for its hardness and excellent thermal conductivity, has been the subject of scientists who have modeled the effect of deformation on its heat-dissipating properties.

Research has shown that changing the shape of a diamond, particularly by compressing or stretching it, can significantly change its ability to conduct heat. This opens up new opportunities for creating more efficient microelectronic and optoelectronic devices, such as chips and quantum sensors.

The scientists used the Frontera supercomputer for the simulation. Their research allowed them to create an accurate model that describes the thermal conductivity of diamond at various levels of deformation.

Previously, such studies required significant time expenditure. The new method allows scientists to more quickly analyze and develop new materials with desired characteristics.

The discovery of the ability to control the thermal conductivity of diamonds by deforming them represents a significant advance in the fields of electronics and materials science. These new capabilities could lead to the development of more efficient and innovative electronic devices, increasing their performance and functionality.

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