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Organic electronic ratchets doing work

17-Dec-2010 | Erik M. Roeling; Wijnand Chr. Germs; Barry Smalbrugge; Erik Jan Geluk; Tjibbe de Vries; René A. J. Janssen; ..., Nature Materials, 2010

Organic electronic ratchets doing work Nature Materials 10, 156 (2011). doi:10.1038/nmat2945 Author: Erik M. Roeling, Wijnand Chr. Germs, Barry Smalbrugge, Erik Jan Geluk, Tjibbe de Vries, René A. J. Janssen & Martijn Kemerink

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It's still all about graphene

15-Dec-2010 | Nature Materials, 2010

It's still all about graphene Nature Materials 10, 1 (2011). doi:10.1038/nmat2938 This two-dimensional crystal keeps playing a dominant role in physics and materials science.

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Material witness: Trouble on the silk road

15-Dec-2010 | Philip Ball, Nature Materials, 2010

Material witness: Trouble on the silk road Nature Materials 10, 4 (2011). doi:10.1038/nmat2935 Author: Philip Ball

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Colloidal gels: Clay goes patchy

15-Dec-2010 | Willem K. Kegel; Henk N. W. Lekkerkerker, Nature Materials, 2010

Colloidal gels: Clay goes patchy Nature Materials 10, 5 (2011). doi:10.1038/nmat2927 Authors: Willem K. Kegel & Henk N. W. Lekkerkerker Empty liquids and equilibrium gels have so far been only theoretical possibilities, predicted for colloids with patchy interactions. But evidence of ...

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Organic electronics: Harvesting randomness

15-Dec-2010 | Peter Hänggi, Nature Materials, 2010

Organic electronics: Harvesting randomness Nature Materials 10, 6 (2011). doi:10.1038/nmat2925 Author: Peter Hänggi The practical use of electronic ratchets has long been hampered by low output powers and cryogenic operating temperatures. A pentacene-based organic ratchet can now drive ...

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Organic spintronics: Interfaces are critical

15-Dec-2010 | Paul Ruden, Nature Materials, 2010

Organic spintronics: Interfaces are critical Nature Materials 10, 8 (2011). doi:10.1038/nmat2933 Author: Paul Ruden A suitably chosen thin layer inserted between a ferromagnetic electrode and an organic semiconductor allows control over the polarization of the injected spins.

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Oxide electronics: Transistors pick up steam

15-Dec-2010 | Douglas Keszler, Nature Materials, 2010

Oxide electronics: Transistors pick up steam Nature Materials 10, 9 (2011). doi:10.1038/nmat2932 Author: Douglas Keszler High annealing temperatures have limited the technological potential of solution-processed metal oxide semiconductors. It is now shown that high-quality films can be ...

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Amorphous alloys: Reflections from the glass maze

15-Dec-2010 | Evan Ma; Ze Zhang, Nature Materials, 2010

Amorphous alloys: Reflections from the glass maze Nature Materials 10, 10 (2011). doi:10.1038/nmat2924 Authors: Evan Ma & Ze Zhang The first diffraction patterns from the individual atomic packing clusters in a metallic glass finally enable the direct study of local order in amorphous ...

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Cell mechanics: Contracting to stiffness

15-Dec-2010 | Allen Ehrlicher; John H. Hartwig, Nature Materials, 2010

Cell mechanics: Contracting to stiffness Nature Materials 10, 12 (2011). doi:10.1038/nmat2928 Authors: Allen Ehrlicher & John H. Hartwig Atomic force microscopy experiments on individual blood platelets reveal their dynamic contractile response to varied stiffness of the substrate.

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Multistability of a coherent spin ensemble in a semiconductor microcavity

15-Dec-2010 | T. K. Paraïso; M. Wouters; Y. Léger; F. Mourier-Genoud; B. Deveaud-Plédran, Nature Materials, 2010

Multistability of a coherent spin ensemble in a semiconductor microcavity Nature Materials 10, 80 (2011). doi:10.1038/nmat2923 Author: T. K. Paraïso, M. Wouters, Y. Léger, F. Mourier-Genoud & B. Deveaud-Plédran

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