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An acoustic rectifier

24-Oct-2010 | B. Liang; X. S. Guo; J. Tu; D. Zhang; J. C. Cheng, Nature Materials, 2010

An acoustic rectifier Nature Materials 9, 989 (2010). doi:10.1038/nmat2881 Authors: B. Liang, X. S. Guo, J. Tu, D. Zhang & J. C. Cheng The detection of acoustic signals is of relevance for a range of practical applications, for example in medical diagnostics. However, whereas ...

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The role of collagen in bone apatite formation in the presence of hydroxyapatite nucleation inhibitors

24-Oct-2010 | Fabio Nudelman; Koen Pieterse; Anne George; Paul H. H. Bomans; Heiner Friedrich; Laura J. Brylka; Peter A. J. Hilber ..., Nature Materials, 2010

The role of collagen in bone apatite formation in the presence of hydroxyapatite nucleation inhibitors Nature Materials 9, 1004 (2010). doi:10.1038/nmat2875 Authors: Fabio Nudelman, Koen Pieterse, Anne George, Paul H. H. Bomans, Heiner Friedrich, Laura J. Brylka, Peter A. J. Hilbers, ...

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Awesome allotropy

22-Oct-2010 | Nature Materials, 2010

Awesome allotropy Nature Materials 9, 867 (2010). doi:10.1038/nmat2895 The discovery of C60 — a molecular allotrope of carbon — marked a pivotal moment in the field of nanotechnology. Twenty-five years on, carbon remains the element of choice for simple but functional materials.

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The era of carbon allotropes

22-Oct-2010 | Andreas Hirsch, Nature Materials, 2010

The era of carbon allotropes Nature Materials 9, 868 (2010). doi:10.1038/nmat2885 Author: Andreas Hirsch Twenty-five years on from the discovery of C60, the outstanding properties and potential applications of the synthetic carbon allotropes — fullerenes, nanotubes and graphene — ...

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Simply carbon

22-Oct-2010 | Nature Materials, 2010

Simply carbon Nature Materials 9, 876 (2010). doi:10.1038/nmat2884 Jim Heath tells Nature Materials about the discovery of C60 and how the findings catalysed our way of thinking about size and shape on the nanoscale.

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Our choice from the recent literature

22-Oct-2010 | Nature Materials, 2010

Our choice from the recent literature Nature Materials 9, 878 (2010). doi:10.1038/nmat2894

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Flexible electronics: Tiny lamps to illuminate the body

22-Oct-2010 | Takao Someya, Nature Materials, 2010

Flexible electronics: Tiny lamps to illuminate the body Nature Materials 9, 879 (2010). doi:10.1038/nmat2886 Author: Takao Someya Biocompatible light-emitting structures based on high-performance inorganic compound semiconductors on flexible substrates open the path to futuristic ...

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Oxide electronics: Upward mobility rocks!

22-Oct-2010 | Darrell G. Schlom; Loren N. Pfeiffer, Nature Materials, 2010

Oxide electronics: Upward mobility rocks! Nature Materials 9, 881 (2010). doi:10.1038/nmat2888 Authors: Darrell G. Schlom & Loren N. Pfeiffer Propelled by the recent renaissance of oxides, a material has emerged with sufficient purity and perfection to join those select materials that ...

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Material witness: Beanbag robotics

22-Oct-2010 | Philip Ball, Nature Materials, 2010

Material witness: Beanbag robotics Nature Materials 9, 883 (2010). doi:10.1038/nmat2889 Author: Philip Ball

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Nanoparticle assembly: Made to order

22-Oct-2010 | Sharon C. Glotzer; Joshua A. Anderson, Nature Materials, 2010

Nanoparticle assembly: Made to order Nature Materials 9, 885 (2010). doi:10.1038/nmat2892 Authors: Sharon C. Glotzer & Joshua A. Anderson The DNA-mediated assembly of anisotropic gold nanoparticles shows the importance of particle shape in the controlled formation of DNA–nanoparticle ...

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