An in-plane electric field allows for a thicker emissive layer and brighter light
Heating followed by cooling and shearing impacts the crystalline network structure of chocolate differently, significantly influencing the product quality.
Stable attachment conditions determined for a particle-fluid interface
Air-coupled transducer uses a multimode optical fiber to scan sample specimens with improved signal-to-noise performance.
Extending Roger Penrose’s Weyl Curvature Hypothesis past classical gravity to the quantum regime
The proposed mechanism combines multiple thermoelectric effects to generate electricity.
Rapid scan electron spin resonance avoids the need for high power sources, allows for flexible spectroscopy
Fabric-based 3D Janus anode structure may enhance next generation of flexible, wearable electronics
Cryogenic X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy can be used to study the surface chemistry of hydrated, frozen bacteria and other biological samples
Biomedical applications harness the effectiveness of promising wave technology.