Does ordering of vacancies and their type play any role on stability of MoN and TaN?
Journal of Physics D: Applied Physics
This week’s image of the week is taken from a recent paper in Journal of Physics D: Applied Physics from researchers at the University of Hong Kong, Nanjing University of Posts and Telecommunications and the University of Sheffield. The image… Read More ›
Tailoring shape and topology of three-dimensionally curved magnetic thin films for research and applications
How proteins protonate/deprotonate their amino acids to regulate electric charge under different conditions and enhance adsorption
This year the Joint European Magnetic Symposia (JEMS) is being hosted in Glasgow, Scotland. The symposium will cover the latest developments in magnetism and magnetic materials and has a number of international invited and plenary speakers. With what is said… Read More ›
Can graphene be used as a nanoscopic ruler over a wide range of distances?
This week’s image of the week is a phase image simulation of a sphere with a positive charge of 100 e, including experimental phase distortions due to the microscope setup (projector lens and CCD camera). This article is part of… Read More ›
‘Origami’ makes diversified metamaterials with bizarre properties
The optical rectenna: where Maxwell meets Einstein
What does a visit to an Australian city boasting the largest coal export port in the world have to do with renewable energy?
Novel physics-based experimental techniques and concepts from statistical mechanics may help understand why living cells use up precious energy to constantly ‘jiggle’ and ‘twitch’ their membranes.
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Cold plasma discharges as a powerful tool for future space exploration missions?
This week, our Image of the Week comes from a recent Journal of Physics D: Applied Physics Topical Review studying the state-of-the-art techniques which are transforming the understanding of mRNA in living cells. Organic dyes and fluorescent proteins are used… Read More ›
“We hope cold plasma could become a clinical anti-cancer tool in the near future, and we are ready to accelerate such a process.”
This week’s image, taken from a recently published article in Journal of Physics D: Applied Physics, is a tilted SEM of a single self-assembled layer of polystyrene spherical crystals, used as a mask in the fabrication of an antireflection subwavelength… Read More ›