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Simulation of dislocation in a material
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We present a computational method for identifying partial and interfacial dislocations in atomistic models of crystals with defects.
Hydrogen structure
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Advances in computational methods have made it possible to elucidate ever more of hydrogen's and helium's properties. Some of these methods that have been applied in recent years, in particular, those that perform simulations directly from the physical picture of electrons and ions, such as density functional theory and quantum Monte Carlo are reviewed.
Proton beam imaging
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Proton imaging is commonly used to reveal the electric and magnetic fields that are found in high energy density plasmas. Presented here is an analysis of this technique that is directed towards developing additional insight into the underlying physics.
Molecular model
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Polymer‐derived, monolithic three‐dimensional nanographene (3D‐NG) bulk material with tunable properties is produced by a simple and inexpensive approach.
Book cover
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This book, as a volume of the Shock Wave Science and Technology Reference Library, is primarily concerned with the fundamental theory of detonation physics in gaseous and condensed phase reactive media.
Molecular model
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P-31 NMR data suggests that phosphates are liberated freely in the interlayer of a cobalt‐hydroxide water‐oxidation catalyst.
Nanoporous gold
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Nanoporous gold (np-Au) represents the fascinating class of mesoporous metals that have been intensively investigated in recent years. The current interest and the increasing number of scientific publications show that np-Au by itself is an outstanding nano-material that justifies a book devoted to all aspects of its properties and applications.
Molecular model
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In this work, time dependent density functional theory is used to calculate the electronic excitations produced by energetic protons in Al.
Shape memory polyurethane foam
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We report the development of highly chemically crosslinked, ultra low density (∼0.015 g/cc) polyurethane shape memory foams synthesized from symmetrical, low molecular weight, and branched hydroxyl monomers.
High-power laser
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Non-burning thermonuclear fuel implosion experiments have been fielded on the National Ignition Facility to assess progress toward ignition by indirect drive inertial confinement fusion. These experiments use cryogenic fuel ice layers, consisting of mixtures of tritium and deuterium with large amounts of hydrogen to control the neutron yield.