Can the application of plasma make catalysis more effective?
Journal of Physics D: Applied Physics
A robust method to nucleate well-centered bubbles in patterned dots
This week’s image is taken from Jian Ye et al 2016 J. Phys. D: Appl. Phys. 49 205106. The authors from Shanghai Jiao Tong University and Jiangnan University have theoretically investigated the origin and tunability of magnetic resonances in gold… Read More ›
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This week’s image is of the iso-surfaces (at |B| = 0.003) for a trap lattice above the central part of a 10 x 10 array of mesoscopic disks from Vladimir Sokolovsky and Leonid Prigozhin 2016 J. Phys. D: Appl. Phys. 49 165006. Lattice structures… Read More ›
Using rows of small liquid-metal resonators, this new metamaterial can cloak objects from radar detection.
As we reported last week, in their recent paper in Journal of Physics D: Applied Physics, authors Dr Javier Pinto et al presented this week’s Image of the Week: an SEM micrograph of open dodecahedral pores with high connectivity in… Read More ›
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An interconnected structure, which water can easily flow through, is key to creating a highly effective mechanical sponge for clearing oil spills.
For researchers working at the interface of biophysics and cell biology, cell membranes have attracting increasing attention. These membranes don’t just define the boundaries of the cell and its compartments; their role is crucial in a range of processes such as… Read More ›
In this recent JPhysD Letter, researchers at Nanjing University have experimentally observed H2-filled bubbles in resistive switching cells.