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AIP Advances With an emphasis on applied research, AIP Advances is a fully open access, online-only, community-led journal, covering all areas of applied physical sciences – now accepted in Science Citation Index.

http://aipadvances.aip.org AIP Advances is a journal from AIP Publishing focusing on applied research in the physical sciences. Using the best that technology has to offer, AIP Advances will put your work at the heart of the conversations taking place in the scientific community today. AIP Advances offers you: * Rapid publication * Post-publication rating and commenting * Free, permanent, online access * Worldwide media coverage * Creative Commons licensing * Hosting on AIP's Scitation® platform

Congratulations to Divya Kaushik, winner of the first Advances in Magnetism Award! https://aip-info.org/t/1XPS-73U3Q-AC1...
11/03/2020
Announcing the Advances in Magnetism Award Winner

Congratulations to Divya Kaushik, winner of the first Advances in Magnetism Award! https://aip-info.org/t/1XPS-73U3Q-AC19A4A557A29F9BCAPVTL65FA32BC8017F4B4/cr.aspx

Divya Kaushik is currently a research scholar in the Department of Electrical Engineering, Indian Institute of Technology (IIT), Delhi, India. She obtained her M.Tech degree in the School of VLSI Design and Embedded Systems from National Institute of Technology (NIT), Kurukshetra, Haryana, India and...

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Highlighted fluids and plasmas research from AIP Advances.

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10/13/2020
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Highlighted fluids and plasmas research from AIP Advances!

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10/09/2020
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The change in reflectiveness caused by water entering the space between the triangular structures can explain how shiny fish scales manipulate light.

This collection of papers from AIP Advances collection presents many facets of the physics of plasmas and fluids and the...
10/07/2020

This collection of papers from AIP Advances collection presents many facets of the physics of plasmas and fluids and their applications, including magnetohydrodynamics and turbulence, studies of edge plasma in fusion devices, and more. Read the full collection online here: http://ow.ly/Yczf50BLZJk

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09/30/2020
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Highlighted nanoscience research in AIP Advances!

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09/29/2020
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Highlighted nanoscience research in AIP Advances!

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09/28/2020
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Producing biogas from the bacterial breakdown of biomass presents options for a greener energy future, but the complex composition of biomass comes with a long list of challenges.

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09/21/2020
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Highlighted nanoscience research in AIP Advances!

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09/11/2020
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Highlighted photonics and optics research in AIP Advances.

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09/02/2020
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Highlighted photonics and optics research from AIP Advances.

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08/26/2020
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Catch up on highlighted materials research published in AIP Advances.

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08/17/2020
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Jet breakage dynamics influence droplet size formation more than inner cylinder motion in Taylor-Couette flow.

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08/13/2020
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Highlighted materials science research in AIP Advances.

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08/12/2020
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As we use resources, such as coal, oil, natural gas, copper, silicon and aluminum, to power massive computer farms and process digital information, our technological progress is redistributing Earth’s matter from physical atoms to digital information — the fifth state of matter, alongside liquid, solid, gas and plasma.

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08/10/2020
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Researchers have been working for decades on improving the anti-icing performance of functional surfaces. Ice accumulation on aircraft wings, for instance, can reduce lifting force, block moving parts and cause disastrous problems.

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08/10/2020
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Tea drinkers have been saying it for years. Water heated in a microwave just isn’t the same.

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08/06/2020
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Read from AIP Advances' Energy Collection!

08/06/2020

This collection of papers from AIP Advances highlights recent advancements in the field of materials science. These papers lay a solid foundation for researchers looking to spin up new research and accelerate discoveries in the field. Read the full collection online here: http://ow.ly/ynQ550ARC95

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07/29/2020
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Read from AIP Advances' Energy Collection today!

This collection of papers from AIP Advances highlights recent advances in the fields of energy harvesting, storage, and ...
07/20/2020

This collection of papers from AIP Advances highlights recent advances in the fields of energy harvesting, storage, and conversion. Read the full collection online here: http://ow.ly/dqpk50ABasB

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07/09/2020
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An article of interest to AIP Advances' new Associate Editor, Alexey Arefiev!

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07/06/2020
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Binding four strands with four sticky ends leads a DNA lattice to randomly deliver information to one of two sides.

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06/30/2020
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Highlighted chemical physics research from AIP Advances!

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06/23/2020
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One of the most downloaded papers in AIP Advances from the 64th Annual Conference on Magnetism and Magnetic Materials Conference!

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06/22/2020
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A stencil lithography technique for fabricating superconducting qubits results in almost no residual contamination and increased control over device-wafer surface optimization.

This collection of papers from AIP Advances highlights recent advances in fundamental and applied chemical physics. Read...
06/19/2020

This collection of papers from AIP Advances highlights recent advances in fundamental and applied chemical physics. Read the full collection online here: http://ow.ly/1zqU30qRAdJ

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06/16/2020
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Read one of the most downloaded papers from the 64th Annual Conference on Magnetism and Magnetic Materials Conference in AIP Advances!

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06/09/2020

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In observance of #ShutDownSTEM, and in support of the Black community, we will pause publication and silence our social platforms on June 10th. Please join us in a day of listening and focusing on the importance of creating a better and more inclusive scientific community.

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06/08/2020
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The pulse stage of corona discharge, which can lead to the dangerous degradation of insulation in power systems, is closely examined in relation to the applied voltage and the gas pressure.

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06/08/2020
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Check out new research published on fundamental properties and cooperative phenomena from AIP Advances.

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05/29/2020
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A highly downloaded Editor's Pick in AIP Advances.

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05/28/2020
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A highly downloaded Editor's Pick in AIP Advances.

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05/21/2020
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AIP Advances paper of interest to the Journal's newest Associate Editor, Wei-Xi Huang!

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Our most awaited research has been published and today it's looking online also. This research paper includes the phenomenon of superconductivity and ferroelectricity together which opens a gate for a new generation of memory devices (Non-volatile ferroelectric memory). During the research, a series of experiments were performed on pulsed laser deposition technique (PLD) in many places (Delhi University, CSIR-National Physical Laboratory, and UGC-CSR Indore) and I was getting failure continuously. I was playing brilliantly with the deposition parameters of the PLD and got nothing up to the 186th heterostructure (PZT/YBCO). Where the fabrication of one heterostructure required complete one and half-day with full attention. It was difficult as the fabrication of the ferroelectric material (100 nm) on superconducting material (100 nm) was not so easy task. On the 187th heterostructure, I got the successes and I saw all the physical property in the heterostructure whatever I was searching for. I heartily thank my supervisor Dr. Ashok Kumar without his support it was completely impossible, and other's also who helped me directly or indirectly. Read the article for more detail. [https://doi.org/10.1063/5.0006353](https://doi.org/10.1063/5.0006353)
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