Journal Covers

A shock‐induced reaction in a heterogeneous solid explosive
// AM, Journal Covers
Modeling The Effects of Shock Pressure and Pore Morphology on Hot Spot Mechanisms in HMX
Cover of Journal of Computational Chemistry
// HPC, Journal Covers, LDRD, NCI
New tool for faster, more accurate analysis of chemical bonding
Cross section of a planet superimposed on NIF experimental chamber
// HEDS, Journal Covers
A team of researchers has provided the first experimentally based mass-radius relationship for a hypothetical pure iron planet at super-Earth core conditions.
Sample polymers
// AM, Journal Covers
The research team characterizes the detailed shock response of several variations in a single base polymer.
Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics Journal cover
// HPC, Journal Covers, NCI
This paper traces the evolution of kinetic reaction mechanism models of combustion and the applications of those models to real engines.
Journal of Colloid and Interface Science cover
// Journal Covers
Livermore researchers present an overview of recent progress in design, synthesis, and implementation of 3D carbon-based materials as electrodes for electrochemical capacitors.
Interface chmistry simulation
// HPC, Journal Covers, NCI
Livermore scientists have developed an integrated theory-experiment technique to interrogate chemistry at solid/liquid interfaces. Applications include studying photoelectrochemical hydrogen production.
Nano Letters journal cover
// Journal Covers
A Livermore–University of California Santa Cruz team report a new method for fabricating ultralight, conductive silver aerogel monoliths with predictable densities using silver nanowires.
The Journal of Chemical Physics cover
// Journal Covers
The melting temperature and equilibrium vapor pressures of 1,4-bis(phenylethynyl)benzene (DEB) do not vary monotonically with the hydrogenation extent.
Biophysics Journal over
// Journal Covers
An article authored by a team of Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory scientists has characterized how different cell membranes behave.