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20 Newest Publications about the topic solutionrss
22-05-2013 | Wim L. Noorduin, Alison Grinthal, L. Mahadevan, Joanna Aizenberg, Science , 2013
Complex solids are crafted through small changes to the solution conditions in a reaction-diffusion coupled system. [Also see Perspective by Vlieg]
10-04-2013 | Mark D. Struble, Michael T. Scerba, Maxime Siegler, Thomas Lectka, Science , 2013
Fluoride appears to form a dicoordinate carbon-bridging intermediate previously seen only for the heavier halogens. [Also see Perspective by Hennecke]
26-12-2012 | Erez Berg, Max A. Metlitski, Subir Sachdev, Science , 2012
An effective lattice theory enables an efficient computational solution to an otherwise intractable problem.
15-12-2012 | Science , 2012
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08-08-2012 | Darrin J. Pochan, Science , 2012
Multistep solution processes can create polymeric nanoparticles that are asymmetrical and that have complex internal structures.
30-05-2012 | Hong-Gang Liao, Likun Cui, Stephen Whitelam, Haimei Zheng, Science , 2012
An in situ liquid stage is used to study the formation of nanowires from solution in a transmission electron microscope.
25-04-2012 | Michael G. Helander, Science , 2012
Polymer-coated surfaces may provide a low-cost route for processing and fabricating organic-based electronic devices.
15-02-2012 | Etienne Garand, Michael Z. Kamrath, Peter A. Jordan, Arron B. Wolk, Christopher M. Leavitt, Anne B. McCoy, Scott J. ..., Science , 2012
Conformationally freezing a weakly bound complex in the gas phase sheds light on its likely binding motifs in solution.
05-01-2012 | Vivek Rauniyar, Aaron D. Lackner, Gregory L. Hamilton, F. Dean Toste, Science , 2012
A chiral phosphate ion plays a dual role, coaxing a fluorinating agent into solution and then catalyzing its reaction there.
30-07-2011 | Tianbo Liu, Melissa L. K. Langston, Dong Li, Joseph M. Pigga, Céline Pichon, Ana Maria Todea, Achim Müller, Science , 2011
Differences in surface charge and water mobility allow slightly different inorganic macroions to self-assemble separately.