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LLNL atmospheric researchers co-authored three publications describing the DOE’s Wind Forecast Improvement Project (WFIP2) and the Mesoscale to Microscale Coupling (MMC) project. WFIP2 is highlighted on the front cover of the September issue of the Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society.
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This review article summarizes recent experiments on pores in the ∼1 to 100 nanometer size range that yield surprising results, pointing toward extraordinary transport efficiencies and selectivities for single-digit nanopore systems.
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Livermore researchers investigated the curing of a commercially available moisture-reactive alkoxysilane silicone, RTV 734, a room-temperature vulcanizing (RTV) silicone commonly used as sealants, adhesives, coatings, and molds, using low-field nuclear magnetic resonance T2 relaxometry and magnetic resonance imaging.
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We present a procedure that exploits thermally driven solid-state diffusional dewetting to yield considerable flexibility in generating ensembles of gold nanoparticles.
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Here, we present the first high-pressure single-crystal X-ray diffraction (SXD) study of TATB.
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We integrate silicon nanoribbon transistor sensors with an antifouling lipid bilayer coating that contains proton-permeable carbon nanotube porin (CNTP) channels and demonstrate robust pH detection in a variety of complex biological fluids.
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This book presents recently developed computational approaches for the study of reactive materials under extreme physical and thermodynamic conditions.
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This book introduces a quantum-mechanical description of the nuclear fission process from an initial compound state to scission.
Illustration of synthetic biological membrane
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LLNL scientists combined synthetic bloc-copolymer membranes with artificial membrane nanopores based on carbon nanotube porins.
A shock‐induced reaction in a heterogeneous solid explosive
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Modeling the effects of shock pressure and pore morphology on hot spot mechanisms in HMX