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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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The lifetime laser damage performance of a wide range of transparent conductive materials is assessed, including ultrathin metal films, doped metal oxides, doped compound semiconductors, and graphene whose carrier densities span five orders of magnitude.
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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 report a concept that allows the integration of the characteristic properties of [60]fullerene in 3D graphene networks.
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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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This effort describes experiments for the validation of the response of an additively manufactured stiffness-optimized short-fiber reinforced composite.
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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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We report the use of freeze-dried live cells as the solid filler to enable a new living material system for direct ink writing of catalytically active microorganisms with tunable densities and various self-supporting porous 3D geometries.