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  1. Preseparated, semiconductive enriched carbon nanotubes hold great potential for thin-film transistors and display applications due to their high mobility, high percentage of semiconductive nanotubes, and room-temperature processing compatibility.…
  2. We report a process to form large-area, few-monolayer graphene oxide films and then recover the outstanding mechanical properties found in graphene to fabricate high Young's modulus (<E> =185 GPa), low-density nanomechanical resonators. Wafer-scale…
  3. Graphene with a large area was synthesized on Cu foils by chemical vapor deposition under ambient pressure. A 4″ × 4″ graphene film was transferred onto a 6″ Si wafer with a thermally grown oxide film. Raman mapping indicates monolayer graphene…
  4. A simple low cost method of nanoimprinting has been developed. The technique uses a flexible disposable master and lends itself to roll-to-roll processing. Residual layer thicknesses of 5-10 nm are routinely achieved. This enables the critical step…
  5. In our busy lives, almost all of us have to walk with a cup of coffee. While often we spill the drink, this familiar phenomenon has never been explored systematically. Here we report on the results of an experimental study of the conditions under…
  6. There is considerable experimental evidence that the classical no-slip boundary condition of fluid mechanics is not always a valid assumption for the flow of high molecular weight molten polymers. In fact, molten polymers slip macroscopically at…
  7. Commercial activated carbon is a preferred adsorbent for the removal of micropollutants from the aqueous phase; however, its widespread use is restricted due to high associated costs. To decrease treatment costs, attempts have been made to find…
  8. The dynamics of photoinduced charge separation and the motion of the resulting electrons are examined in an organic photovoltaic material with a combination of ultrafast two-dimensional infrared (2D IR) and visible pump-infrared probe (Vis-IR)…
  9. Gravimetric and dielectric measurements of water uptake by a series of carboxy terminated butadiene acrylonitrile (CTBN) -amine cured epoxy resin systems are reported. The amount of water absorbed and rate of diffusion increases up to approximately…
  10. The adsorption of water vapor in the highly porous metal-organic framework (MOF) of 3D-[Cr(3)F(H(2)O)(2)O(bdc)(3)center dot similar to 25H(2)O] (MIL-101) (bdc = benzene-1,4-dicarboxylate, terephthalate) of up to 1 g of water per gram of sorbent…
  11. With the use of the grand canonical Monte Carlo simulation, water adsorption isotherms were determined for SPC/E water in slit-shaped graphitic nanopores at 298 K. The pore widths considered were 0.6, 0.625, 0.7, 0.8, 1.0, 1.6, and 2.0 nm. The…
  12. In this work a water soluble derivative of polythiophene, namely (poly[3-(sodium-6 hexanoate)thiophene-2,5-diyl]) is used as photosensitizer and hole conductor instead of the liquid electrolyte, resulting in a solid state polythiophene-sensitized…
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