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Scilight 2020, 221101 (2020)

Using a micro-liquid inkjet printer and time of flight secondary ion mass spectrometry imaging, researchers observe step by step surface modification of nanoparticles for biomedical applications.

Scilight 2020, 221102 (2020)

Measurements of two gel forming systems allowed experimental verification of theoretically proposed scaling laws for the sol-gel transition.

Scilight 2020, 221103 (2020)

Computational method eliminates background noise and allows researchers to accurately locate dopants and defect species in nanoscale semiconductor devices.

Scilight 2020, 221104 (2020)

Being able to isolate senescent cells from healthy ones can help understand and treat age-related diseases.

Scilight 2020, 221105 (2020)

A simplified model for calculating the thermal effectiveness of active caloric regenerators can help screen caloric materials and improve future designs.

Scilight 2020, 221106 (2020)

Combining machine learning with traditional nanophotonic design techniques creates device designs thousands of times faster with improved efficiencies.

Scilight 2020, 221107 (2020)

Increasing the charge state of ionized xenon projectiles without changing their impact velocity boosts secondary-ion formation probability of sputtered surface atoms.

Scilight 2020, 221108 (2020)

The finding contradicts conventional neoclassical theory for impurity transport.

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