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The authors describe the rapid conversion from graphite to hexagonal diamond in picoseconds.
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Researchers demonstrate the ability to generate metasurfaces that can be tailored to satisfy large-area antireflective applications for bandpass or broadband needs.
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Researchers identify critical reaction parameters to improve the phase purity of the epsilon form of iron oxide.
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Xianjin Yang coauthored three chapters of this book, which covers geophysical techniques that can be deployed to remotely track carbon dioxide plumes and monitor changes in the subsurface.
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The second edition of Microbial Systems Biology: Methods and Protocols includes chapters produced by Livermore researchers.
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General audience book by Livermore's Greg Brennecka argues that Earth would be a lifeless, inhospitable piece of rock without being fortuitously assaulted with meteorites throughout the history of the planet.
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Livermore researchers developed and demonstrated a technique for detecting, identifying, and quantifying the minor components found in the insensitive high explosive TATB.
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Livermore researchers report Volumetric additive manufacturing (VAM) of thiol–ene-based SMP photoresins to produce structures with nearly full shape recovery, including self-standing tripod and actuating three-arm gripper structures.
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Livermore researchers report on the achievement of a burning plasma at Livermore's National Ignition Facility.
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Highlights implementation of a new global 3.25-kilometer version of the E3SM atmosphere model and its behavior in a 40-day northern-hemisphere wintertime simulation.