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Regular Aligned 1D Single‐Crystalline Supramolecular Arrays for Photodetectors

18-Dec-2017 | Yun Liu, Jiangang Feng, Bo Zhang, Yuchen Wu, Yong Chen, Lei Jiang, Small, 2017

Abstract Solution‐processed semiconductor single‐crystal patterns possess unique advantages of large scale and low cost, leading to potential applications toward high‐performance optoelectronic devices. To integrate organic semiconductor micro/nanostructures into devices, various patterning ...


Effect of Corrosion Inhibitors on In Situ Leak Repair by Precipitation of Calcium Carbonate in Potable Water Pipelines

14-Jul-2017 | Fei Wang; Christina L. Devine; Marc A. Edwards, Environmental Science & Technology, 2017

Corrosion inhibitors can affect calcium carbonate precipitation and associated in situ and in-service water distribution pipeline leak repair via clogging. Clogging of 150 μm diameter leak holes represented by glass capillary tubes, in recirculating solutions that are supersaturated with calcite ...


Dynamics of liquid plugs in prewetted capillary tubes: from acceleration and rupture to deceleration and airway obstruction.

27-Sep-2016 | Juan Carmelo MAGNIEZ; Michael Baudoin; Farzam Zoueshtiagh; Chang Liu, Soft Matter, 2016

The dynamics of individual liquid plugs pushed at constant pressure head inside prewetted cylindrical capillary tubes is investigated experimentally and theoretically. It is shown that, depending on the thickness of the prewetting film and the magnitude of the pressure head, the plugs can either ...


Sustainability, Vol. 8, Pages 864: Reducing Simulation Performance Gap in Hemp-Lime Buildings Using Fourier Filtering †

29-Aug-2016 | Jankovic, Ljubomir, Sustainability, 2016

Mainstream dynamic simulation tools used by designers do not have a built-in capability to accurately simulate the effect of hemp-lime on building temperature and relative humidity. Due to the specific structure of hemp-lime, heat travels via a maze of solid branches whilst the capillary tubes ...


Capillary Penetration into Inclined Circular Glass Tubes

25-Jan-2016 | Christophe L. Trabi; F. Fouzia Ouali; Glen McHale; Haadi Javed; Robert H. Morris; Michael I. Newton, Langmuir, 2016

The spontaneous penetration of a wetting liquid into a vertical tube against the force of gravity and the imbibition of the same liquid into a horizontal tube (or channel) are both driven by capillary forces and described by the same fundamental equations. However, there have been few ...


Formation of layered structure porous‐type anodic alumina films locally with a solution flow‐type micro‐droplet cell

25-Nov-2015 | Masatoshi Sakairi, Fumika Nishino, Regina Itzinger, Surface and Interface Analysis, 2015

A solution flow‐type micro‐droplet cell with co‐axial dual capillary tubes (Sf‐MDC) was applied to form porous‐type anodic alumina film with layered structure at selected areas on aluminum. The anodizing process with different repetition numbers, yielding different oxide layer numbers, was ...


Micro‐Structured Bi1.5 Y0.3Sm0.2O3‐δ Catalysts for Oxidative Coupling of Methane

20-May-2015 | Nur Hidayati Othman, Zhentao Wu, K. Li, AIChE Journal, 2015

Abstract In this study, Bi1.5 Y0.3Sm0.2O3‐δ (BYS), a ceramic material showing great activity and selectivity to oxidative coupling of methane (OCM), has been fabricated into catalyst rings (i.e. capillary tubes) with a plurality of self‐organised radial microchannels. The unique micro‐channels ...


Application of Direct Analysis in Real Time-Mass Spectrometry (DART-MS) to the Study of Gas–Surface Heterogeneous Reactions: Focus on Ozone and PAHs

14-Apr-2015 | Shouming Zhou; Matthew W. Forbes; Jonathan P. D. Abbatt, Analytical Chemistry, 2015

A novel analytical method is presented whereby Direct Analysis in Real Time-Mass Spectrometry (DART-MS) is applied to the study of gas–surface heterogeneous reactions. To illustrate the capabilities of the approach, the kinetics of a well-studied reaction of surface-bound polycyclic aromatic ...


Microfluidic Production of Perfluorocarbon-Alginate Core–Shell Microparticles for Ultrasound Therapeutic Applications

09-Oct-2014 | Ana Rita C. Duarte; Barış Ünal; João F. Mano; Rui L. Reis; Klavs F. Jensen, Langmuir, 2014

The fabrication of micrometer-sized core–shell particles for ultrasound-triggered delivery offers a variety of applications in medical research. In this work, we report the design and development of a glass capillary microfluidic system containing three concentric glass capillary tubes for the ...


Valve based on novel hydrogels: From synthesis to application

12-Aug-2013 | Author(s): Marcelo R. Romero , R. Dario Arrua , Cecilia I. Alvarez Igarzabal , Emily F. Hilder, Sensors and Actuators B: Chemical, 2013

Publication date: November 2013 Source:Sensors and Actuators B: Chemical, Volume 188 Author(s): Marcelo R. Romero , R. Dario Arrua , Cecilia I. Alvarez Igarzabal , Emily F. Hilder New hydrogels as materials with potential application in the area of actuators have been developed. ...


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