by Jae Sung You, John W. Frey, Troy A. Hornberger
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The teeth in duck-billed dinosaurs were as functionally refined as those of present-day mammals.Authors: Gregory M. Erickson, Brandon A. Krick, Matthew Hamilton, Gerald R. Bourne, Mark A. Norell, Erica Lilleodden, W. Gregory Sawyer
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Direct electric measurement via small contacting pads on individual quasi-one-dimensional nanoentities, such as nanowires and carbon nanotubes, are usually required to access its electronic properties. We show in this work that 1D nanoentities in suspension can be driven to rotation by AC electric fields.
In this article, we propose a Flexure-FET (flexure sensitive field effect transistor) ultrasensitive biosensor that utilizes the nonlinear electromechanical coupling to overcome the fundamental sensitivity limits of classical electrical or mechanical nanoscale biosensors.
A. J. Johnsen, A. B. Alekseyev, G. G. Balint-Kurti, M. Brouard, Alex Brown et al. A fully quantum mechanical dynamical calculation on the photodissociation of molecular chlorine is presented. The magnitudes and phases of all the relevant photofragment T-matrices have been calculated, making this study the computational equivalent of a complete experiment, where all the possible p ... [J.