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1. Spray-deposition and photopolymerization of organic-inorganic thiol-ene resins for fabrication of superamphiphobic surfaces
Topic: Hybrid Materials
Published: 6/9/2014
Authors: Li Xiong, Laken Kendrick, Hannele Heusser, Bradley J Sparks, Christopher M Stafford, James T Goetz, Sergei Nazarenko, Derek L Patton
Abstract: Superamphiphobic surfaces, exhibiting high contact angles and low contact angle hysteresis to both water and low surface tension liquids, have attracted a great deal of attention in recent years due to the importance in many practical application ...

2. Properties of magnetic barrier structures for superconducting-magnetic hybrid Josephson junctions
Topic: Hybrid Materials
Published: 7/7/2013
Authors: Burm Baek, Samuel Paul Benz, William H Rippard, Stephen E Russek, Paul David Dresselhaus, Horst Rogalla, Matthew R Pufall
Abstract: If Josephson and spintronic technologies can be successfully integrated to produce a cryogenic memory that can be controlled with single-flux quantum pulses, then they may enable ultra-low-power, high-speed computing. We have developed hybrid Josephs ...

3. Recent Advances in Sharing Standardized STEP Composite Structure Design and Manufacturing Information
Topic: Hybrid Materials
Published: 6/19/2013
Authors: Vijay Srinivasan, Allison Barnard Feeney, Keith A. Hunten
Abstract: Composite structures have been developed and used in the aerospace, automobile, sports, and marine industries since the early 1940s. Compared to conventional metallic structures, newer high-performance composite structures provide benefits such as de ...

Topic: Hybrid Materials
Published: 10/28/2012
Authors: Conni Hanke, Petra S. Dittrich, Darwin R Reyes-Hernandez
Abstract: A cell co-culture was generated on opposite sides of a permeable polyester membrane (PET) membrane by combining dielectrophoretic (DEP) and electrostatic forces to hold cells against gravity in a multilayer microfluidic device (Figure 1). HepG2 cell ...

5. Materials Challenges in Carbon Mitigation Technologies
Topic: Hybrid Materials
Published: 4/24/2012
Authors: Laura Espinal, Bryan D. Morreale
Abstract: Thermochemical conversion of fossil fuels currently dominates the national and global energy portfolio, with the most notable being the stationary power production and transportation vehicles sectors. As global energy demand continues to increase, p ...

6. Highly selective GaN-nanowire/TiO2-nanocluster hybrid sensors for detection of benzene and related environment pollutants
Topic: Hybrid Materials
Published: 6/15/2011
Author: Norman A Sanford
Abstract: Nanowire‹nanocluster hybrid chemical sensors were realized by functionalizing gallium nitride (GaN) nanowires (NWs) with titanium dioxide (TiO2) nanoclusters for selectively sensing benzene and other related aromatic compounds. Hybrid sensor device ...

7. Silicon-based Molecular Electronics in the Post-Hype Era
Topic: Hybrid Materials
Published: 4/8/2011
Author: Christina Ann Hacker

8. Preparation and Characterization of Physical Gels based on Ionic Liquid and Poly(vinyl alcohol)
Topic: Hybrid Materials
Published: 2/28/2011
Authors: Joonsung (Joonsung) Yoon, Hae-Jeong Lee, Christopher M Stafford
Abstract: We report the preparation and characterization of physical gels using mixtures of poly(vinyl alcohol) (PVOH) and a high melting ionic liquid (IL), 1-ethylpyridinium bromide. Similar to PVOH hydrogels, these mixtures show elastic responses in uniaxial ...

9. Impact of Carbon Nanofiber Layer-By-Layer Coatings on Polyurethane Foam Flammability
Series: Technical Note (NIST TN)
Report Number: 1674
Topic: Hybrid Materials
Published: 9/2/2010
Authors: Rick D Davis, Yeon S. Kim
Abstract: This is the first reported use of Layer-by-Layer (LBL) assembly to fabricate thin film coatings on polyurethane foam, of incorporating carbon nanofibers (CNF) into LBL fabricated coatings, and of using LBL fabricated coatings to reduce the flammabili ...

10. Formation of Silicon-Based Molecular Electronic Structures Using Flip-chip Lamination
Topic: Hybrid Materials
Published: 8/11/2009
Authors: Mariona Coll Bau, Lauren H. Miller, Lee J Richter, Daniel R. Hines, Curt A Richter, Christina Ann Hacker
Abstract: The use of organic molecules to impart electrical surface properties has been a subject of intense research not only from a fundamental perspective but for many technological applications. In particular, organic molecules have been proposed as activ ...

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