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This paper focuses on directing the propagation of near-infrared light with semiconductor@oxide microparticles. The part...
03/25/2021
Directing near-infrared photon transport with [email protected] particles

This paper focuses on directing the propagation of near-infrared light with [email protected] microparticles. The particles can improve solar and thermal devices.

Directing the propagation of near-infrared radiation is a major concern in improving the efficiency of solar cells and thermal insulators. A facile approach to scatter light in the near-infrared re...

A diagnostic solution from Sigtuple Technologies to enable simple and cost-effective hemoglobin estimation involving a m...
03/08/2021
Developing microscopy based microfluidic SLS assay for on-chip hemoglobin estimation

A diagnostic solution from Sigtuple Technologies to enable simple and cost-effective hemoglobin estimation involving a microfluidic chip and customized SLS reagent, along with clinical validation.

Point-of-care (POC) biochemical assay is a highly important biochemical assay to estimate hemoglobin in the blood. High reagent volumes and complex-expensive optical setup requirements pose serious...

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02/26/2021
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One of the most performed medical diagnostic tests to ascertain the health of patients is a complete blood count, which typically includes an estimate of the hemoglobin concentration. The hemoglobin level in the blood is an important biochemical parameter that can indicate a host of medical conditions including anemia, polycythemia, and pulmonary fibrosis.

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One of the most performed medical diagnostic tests to ascertain the health of patients is a complete blood count, which typically includes an estimate of the hemoglobin concentration. The hemoglobin level in the blood is an important biochemical parameter that can indicate a host of medical conditions including anemia, polycythemia, and pulmonary fibrosis.

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02/16/2021
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Method for activating GaAs photocathodes using an initial surface heat-cleaning step.

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02/16/2021
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The photocatalytic activity of gallium nitride suggests it can help degrade toxic compounds in a variety of environments.

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02/12/2021
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The photocatalytic activity of gallium nitride suggests it can help degrade toxic compounds in a variety of environments.

The authors proposed the analysis of peak positions and FWHMs of 2D-bands of Raman data to evaluate the uniformity in th...
01/12/2021
Relationship between mobility and strain in CVD graphene on h-BN

The authors proposed the analysis of peak positions and FWHMs of 2D-bands of Raman data to evaluate the uniformity in the electrical properties of CVD graphene without fabricating device structures.

This study examines the relationship between the electrical properties and Raman spectra of field effect transistors (FETs) produced using chemical v***r deposited (CVD) graphene transferred onto h...

This paper uses the combined of L-system fractal tree generation, 3D printed wind tunnel modelling and CFD simulation me...
01/11/2021
Wind load prediction on single tree with integrated approach of L-system fractal model, wind tunnel, and tree aerodynamic simulation

This paper uses the combined of L-system fractal tree generation, 3D printed wind tunnel modelling and CFD simulation methodology to model the wind effect on single tree and predict the tree drag force.

In this work, we adopt the integration of the L-system fractal tree generation, 3D printed wind tunnel modeling, and computational fluid dynamics (CFD) simulation approach to model the wind effect ...

First demonstration of deep subwavelength imaging in guided ultrasonics using novel ‘structured channel’ metamaterials, ...
01/08/2021
Structured channel metamaterials for deep sub-wavelength resolution in guided ultrasonics

First demonstration of deep subwavelength imaging in guided ultrasonics using novel ‘structured channel’ metamaterials, offering novel avenues for remote inspection with high resolution.

Experimental results on deep subwavelength resolution of defects are presented for the first time in the context of guided ultrasonic wave inspection of defects, using novel “structured channel” me...

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01/06/2021
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BiOBr/UiO-66 nanocomposites are an efficient photocatalyst for degrading tetracycline, an antibiotic contaminant found in water systems.

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12/23/2020
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Read a top article selected by the AIP Advances Editorial Team!

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12/16/2020
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Researchers propose a simple physical mechanism that suggests strongly correlated structures lead to shifts in screening length.

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12/16/2020
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Highlighted mathematical physics research from AIP Advances.

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12/15/2020
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First-principles calculations predict the CO2 gas adsorption of graphene doped with nine different structures in the hopes of eventually creating gas sensors that could help slow global warming.

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12/10/2020
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Fluid dynamics simulations of unprecedented resolution and realism support recommendations to wear face masks indoors, and suggest outside wear may be beneficial as well.

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11/30/2020
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During the first months of the COVID-19 pandemic, Joseph Lee McCauley, a physics professor at the University of Houston, was watching the daily data for six countries and wondered if infections were really growing exponentially. By extracting the doubling times from the data, he became convinced they were.

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11/30/2020
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Highlighted mathematical physics research in AIP Advances.

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11/18/2020
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AIP Advances highlights one of the Journal's most cited articles!

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11/17/2020
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AIP Advances highlights one of the Journal's most cited articles!

This collection of papers from AIP Advances collection presents papers on modeling and computing dynamics of a wide rang...
11/16/2020

This collection of papers from AIP Advances collection presents papers on modeling and computing dynamics of a wide range of applications, from heat transferring devices and chaotic behavior of power systems, to the design of a neural network aimed for synchronous motor control. Read the full collection online here: https://aip-info.org/t/1XPS-745NE-AC19A4A557A29F9BCAPVTL65FA32BC8017F4B4/cr.aspx

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11/11/2020
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Highlighted fluids and plasmas research from AIP Advances.

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11/10/2020
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Coupling interferometry and polarimetry measurements into one snapshot allows researchers to conduct measurements in a multi-frame regime.

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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10/20/2020
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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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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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