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Versatile Polypeptide

molecules Article Versatile Polypeptide-Functionalized Plasmonic Paper as Synergistic Biocompatible and Antimicrobial Nanoplatform Leopold Tie 1 2 Mina Răileanu 3 4 Mihaela Bacalum 3 Irina Codita 5 S tefania Mădălina Negrea 5 Costin S tefan Caracoti 5 Elena-Carmina Drăgulescu 5 Andreea Campu 1 Simion Astilean 1 2 and Monica Focsan 1 * 1 Nanobiophotonics and Laser

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Supercapacitors (SCs) have broad applications in wearable electronics (e g e-skin robots) Recently graphene-based supercapacitors (G-SCs) have attracted extensive attention for their excellent flexibility and electrochemical performance Laser fabrication of G-SCs exhibits obvious superiority because of the simple procedures and integration compatibility with future electronics

Plasmon Excitations of Multi

Examples of these systems occur in intercalated graphite 1 4 incommensurate transition metal/ graphene 1 5 and carbide/graphene interfaces 1 6 Possible motivation for pursuing this area of research is the tun- ability of graphene plasmons by a substrate which is

Wearable Microsensor Array for Multiplexed Heavy Metal

May 17 2016A flexible and wearable microsensor array is described for simultaneous multiplexed monitoring of heavy metals in human body fluids Zn Cd Pb Cu and Hg ions are chosen as target analytes for detection via electrochemical square wave anodic stripping voltammetry (SWASV) on Au and Bi microelectrodes The oxidation peaks of these metals are calibrated and compensated by

Origami electronics uses cheap foldable paper

Jul 11 2018For more see Laser-Induced Molybdenum Carbide–Graphene Composites for 3D Foldable Paper Electronics Related articles: Paper-based 'origami' battery runs on bacteria Tissue paper-based movement sensor is disposable wearable Paper-based flexible supercap holds promise for wearables Paper-based generator harvests energy from body movements

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tic modulus of non-stochiometric Molybdenum carbide and provide an atomistic understanding of the anomaly vacancy hardening mechanism Sanghadasa L Lin Laser-Induced Molybdenum Carbide– Graphene Composites for 3D Foldable Paper Electronics Advanced Materials 30 (2018) 26 1800062

Multifunctional metallic backbones for origami robotics

Aug 28 2019The tight integration of actuation sensing and communication capabilities into origami robots enables the development of new-generation functional robots However this task is challenging because the conventional materials (e g papers and plastics) for building origami robots lack design opportunities for incorporating add-on functionalities Installing external electronics requires high

Curriculum Vitae (2004)

January 2013 CURRICULUM VITAE KUEI-HSIEN CHEN Ph D CURRENT POSITION Research Fellow Institute of Atomic and Molecular Sciences Academia Sinica Adjunct Research Fellow Center for Condensed Matter Sciences National Taiwan University CONTACT ADDRESS P O Box 23-166 Taipei 106 Taiwan Tel: 886-2-2366-8232 Fax: 886-2-2362-0200 E-mail: [email protected] [email protected]

A FIRST

tic modulus of non-stochiometric Molybdenum carbide and provide an atomistic understanding of the anomaly vacancy hardening mechanism Sanghadasa L Lin Laser-Induced Molybdenum Carbide– Graphene Composites for 3D Foldable Paper Electronics Advanced Materials 30 (2018) 26 1800062

Laser

1 Laser-Induced Tar-Mediated Sintering of Metals and Refractory Carbides in Air Xining Zang 1 Kiera Y Tai 1 Cuiying Jian 1 2 Wan Shou 3 Wojciech Matusik 3 Nicola Ferralis 1 Jeffrey C Grossman1* 1 Department of Materials Science and Engineering Massachusetts Institute of Technology Cambridge MA 02139 USA 2 Department of Mechanical Engineering York University 4700 Keele Street

tantalum carbides: Topics by Science gov

May 22 2018Cobalt-chromium-molybdenum alloys with high carbon content (HC-CoCrMo) are widely used as materials for arthroprosthesis in particular in metal-on-metal (MoM) hip joints In spite of their good wear and corrosion resistance production of metallic wear particles and metal ion release will occur on a large time-scale

Direct laser writing of graphene films from a polyether

Graphene-based micro-supercapacitors exhibit excellent electrochemical performance that can easily meet the energy storage requirements of micro-electronic products However the complex preparation and transfer process steps of traditional

Lin Lab: Berkeley Engineers Develop Origami Electronics

Electronics: Laser‐Induced Molybdenum Carbide– Graphene Composites for 3D Foldable Paper Electronics (Adv Mater 26/2018) Advanced Materials 30 10 1002/adma 201870192 The full research paper is available here for BSAC members to download Berkeley engineers use a laser to write the circuitry for an electronic

phase silp catalysis: Topics by Science gov

Jun 28 2018A process is disclosed for the hydrodesulfurization of sulfur-containing hydrocarbon fuel with reduced ternary molybdenum Theoretical techniques have been developed to describe a variety of laser-induced molecular rate processes occurring at solid encompassing areas of knowledge from metal to metal oxide carbide graphene

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오일의 전산가 측정 장치 오일의 전산가 측정을 이용한 수명 산출 장치 및 오일의 전산가 및 오일센서 측정 방법이 개시된다 본 발명은 컨덕턴스 변화량과 해당하는 오일의 전산가 및 물성 측정치를 매칭시킨 전산가 테이블을 저장하는 전산가 테이블 저장부 윤활유 및 절연유를 포함하는 상기

Origami electronics uses cheap foldable paper

Jul 11 2018For more see Laser-Induced Molybdenum Carbide–Graphene Composites for 3D Foldable Paper Electronics Related articles: Paper-based 'origami' battery runs on bacteria Tissue paper-based movement sensor is disposable wearable Paper-based flexible supercap holds promise for wearables Paper-based generator harvests energy from body movements

Laser

The laser-induced temperature should be above 2000C but below the degradation temperature of graphite ~3000C From (9 10) the laser-induced temperature is roughly estimated at 2500 to 3000C As such we choose 4000 K to perform the simulation Laser-induced molybdenum carbide-graphene composites for 3D foldable paper electronics

Laser Writing of Janus Graphene/Kevlar Textile for

In this work we realized the direct writing of laser-induced graphene (LIG) on a Kevlar textile in air and demonstrated the applications of the as-prepared Janus graphene/Kevlar textile in intelligent protective clothing L Laser-Induced Molybdenum Carbide-Graphene Composites for 3D Foldable Paper Electronics Adv Mater 2018 30

Laser‐Induced Molybdenum Carbide–Graphene Composites for

May 15 2018Laser‐Induced Molybdenum Carbide–Graphene Composites for 3D Foldable Paper Electronics Xining Zang Corresponding Author E-mail address: xining zang meberkeley edu Mechanical Engineering University of California Berkley Berkeley CA 94704 USA Berkeley Sensor and Actuator Center Berkeley CA 94704 USA

Lin Lab: Berkeley Engineers Develop Origami Electronics

Electronics: Laser‐Induced Molybdenum Carbide– Graphene Composites for 3D Foldable Paper Electronics (Adv Mater 26/2018) Advanced Materials 30 10 1002/adma 201870192 The full research paper is available here for BSAC members to download Berkeley engineers use a laser to write the circuitry for an electronic

Wearable Microsensor Array for Multiplexed Heavy Metal

May 17 2016A flexible and wearable microsensor array is described for simultaneous multiplexed monitoring of heavy metals in human body fluids Zn Cd Pb Cu and Hg ions are chosen as target analytes for detection via electrochemical square wave anodic stripping voltammetry (SWASV) on Au and Bi microelectrodes The oxidation peaks of these metals are calibrated and compensated by

Electromagnetic interference shielding with laser induced

Jul 15 2020Laser printed carbide-graphene paper (a) Optical image of filter paper soaked onto paper (b) Optical image of laser ablated paper coated with gel in (a) (c) Laser ablated molybdenum carbide-graphene paper top is single lased MCG and bottom is double lased MCG (d-f) Scanning electron microscopy (SEM) images of laser printing MCG paper

Molecules

Nowadays thanks to nanotechnological progress which itself guides us more and more closely toward not only the efficient design of innovative nanomaterials or nanostructures but to the improvement of their functionality we benefit from an important asset in the battle against pathogenic illnesses Herein we report a versatile biocompatible plasmonic nanoplatform based on a Whatman paper

Laser

The laser-induced temperature should be above 2000C but below the degradation temperature of graphite ~3000C From (9 10) the laser-induced temperature is roughly estimated at 2500 to 3000C As such we choose 4000 K to perform the simulation Laser-induced molybdenum carbide-graphene composites for 3D foldable paper electronics

Plasmon Excitations of Multi

Examples of these systems occur in intercalated graphite 14 incommensurate transition metal/graphene 15 and carbide/graphene interfaces 16 Possible motivation for pursuing this area of research is the tunability of graphene plasmons by a substrate which is a promising emerging field of

Materials Research Express Volume 6 Number 2 February

The fracture behaviors of single-layer molybdenum disulfide (MoS 2) grown on SiO 2 /Si wafer by chemical vapor deposition (CVD) were systematically investigated here via a technique that combining AFM-based nanoscratch tests with friction force microscopy (FFM) To get a complete cognition of fracture behavior and deepen the understanding of

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