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Research reported here shows that Bessel beams offer unprecedented control over the spatiotemporal evolution of the melt pool in stainless steel (SS 316L) in comparison to Gaussian beams.
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Livermore scientists contributed two chapters to this book, one on capacitive deionization (CDI), and one on transport in carbon nanotube pores.
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Five Livermore scientists contributed to this report.
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Paper introduces the concept of cellular fluidics: a platform of unit-cell-based, three-dimensional structures—enabled by emerging 3D printing methods—for the deterministic control of multiphase flow, transport and reaction processes.
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A report of the synthesis and characterization of a series of model silicone networks modified with a specific class of silicone-resin known as MQ-resin.
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This chapter reviews the requirements and design for anti-reflective coatings on laser optics, the sol-gel synthesis process, coating methods and post treatments, coating stability, and laser-damage performance.
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The authors review the development of time-resolved, in situ imaging techniques capable of capturing solid–liquid interfacial evolution in metallic alloys.
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The authors use first-principles modeling to assess fundamental aspects of the atomic structure of both amorphous and crystalline aluminum oxide tunnel junctions.
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To make more accurate predictions of the performance of a pelletized system, researchers used isothermal–isobaric and dynamic pressure experiments to test hydrogen uptake using constant pressure and at a higher temperature range than previous tests.
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A research team measures water and ion permeation through 0.8-nm-diameter carbon nanotube porins, finding them comparable to commercial desalination membranes.