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1. Temperature-dependent structure of Tb-doped magnetite nanoparticles
Topic: Nanophysics
Published: 2/13/2015
Authors: Katherine P. Rice, Stephen E Russek, Roy H. Geiss, Justin M Shaw, Robert J. Usselman, Eric Raymond Evarts, Thomas J Silva, Hans Toya Nembach, Elke Arenholz, Yves U. Idzerda
Abstract: High quality 5 nm cubic Tb-doped magnetite nanoparticles have been synthesized by a modified wet-chemical method to investigate tailoring of magnetic properties for imaging and biomedical applications. We show that the Tb is incorporated into the oct ...

2. Friction imprint effect in mechanically cleaved BaTiO3 (001)
Topic: Nanophysics
Published: 9/28/2014
Authors: Christian John Long, Daniel Ebeling, Santiago D. Solares, Rachel J. Cannara

3. Response of block copolymer thin-film morphology to line-width roughness on a chemoepitaxial template
Topic: Nanophysics
Published: 7/22/2014
Authors: Paul N Patrone, Gregg M. Gallatin

4. Strong Casimir force reduction by metallic surface nanostructuring
Topic: Nanophysics
Published: 9/27/2013
Authors: Francesco Intravaia, Stefan T. Koev, Il Woong Jung, Albert A. Talin, Paul S Davids, Ricardo Decca, Vladimir A Aksyuk, Diego A. R. Dalvit, Daniel Lopez
Abstract: The Casimir force is a quantum-mechanical interaction arising from vacuum fluctuations of the electromagnetic (EM) field and is technologically significant in micro- and nanomechanical systems. Despite rapid progress in nanophotonics, the goal of e ...

5. Studies of photoconductivity and FET behavior in examining drift mobility, surface depletion, and transient effects in Si-doped GaN nanowires examined in vacuum and air
Topic: Nanophysics
Published: 5/3/2013
Authors: Norman A Sanford, Lawrence H Robins, Paul T Blanchard, K. Soria, B. Klein, Kristine A Bertness, John B. Schlager, Aric Warner Sanders
Abstract: Variable intensity photoconductivity (PC) performed under vacuum at 325 nm was used to estimate drift mobility and negative surface charge density sigma for c-axis oriented Si-doped GaN nanowires (NWs). In this approach we assumed that sigma was res ...

6. Silicon Micromachines for Fun and Profit
Topic: Nanophysics
Published: 12/12/2012
Authors: David Bishop, Flavio Pardo, Cris Bolle, Randy Giles, Vladimir A Aksyuk
Abstract: Over the last decade or so a group of us, while working at Bell Labs, have been able to develop a large number of silicon micromachines for a wide range of applications. In this article, which is part of a special volume to celebrate the career of ...

7. Effect of elastic deformation on frictional properties of few-layer graphene
Topic: Nanophysics
Published: 1/9/2012
Authors: Alexander Y Smolyanitsky, Jason Philip Killgore, Vinod K Tewary
Abstract: We describe the results of Brownian dynamics (BD) simulations of an AFM tip scanned on locally suspended few-layer graphene. The effects of surface compliance and sample relaxation are directly related to the observed friction force. We demonstrate t ...

8. Enhanced coupling between light and surface plasmons by nanostructured Fabry-Pérot resonator
Topic: Nanophysics
Published: 9/26/2011
Authors: Brian S. Dennis, Vladimir A Aksyuk, Michael Haftel, Stefan T. Koev, Girsh Blumberg
Abstract: It is recognized that surface plasmons (SPs),which can be present on particulate, smooth, or corrugated metallic surfaces, have enormous potential in the fields of novel nano-optical and opto-electronic devices, as well as in spectroscopic, biologic ...

9. Electromagnetic Energy Density in Dispersive and Dissipative Media
Topic: Nanophysics
Published: 6/1/2011
Authors: Frederico D. Nunes, Thiago Vasconcelos, Marcel Bezerra, John Weiner
Abstract: The description of the energy density associated with an electromagnetic field propagating through matter must treat two different phenomena: dispersion, the variation of the refractive index with frequency, and dissipation, the loss of field energy ...

10. Temperature dependence of the diffusive conductivity of bilayer graphene
Topic: Nanophysics
Published: 8/24/2010
Authors: Shaffique Adam, Mark D Stiles
Abstract: Assuming diffusive carrier transport and employing an effective medium theory, we calculate the temperature dependence of bilayer graphene conductivity due to Fermi-surface broadening as a function of carrier density. We find that the temperature d ...

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