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31. Towards the Integration of Carbon Nanotubes as Vias in Monolithic 3D Integrated Circuits
Topic: Environment/Climate
Published: 3/21/2013
Authors: Ann Chiaramonti Chiaramonti Debay, Sten Vollebregt, Johan van der Cingel , Kees Beenakker, R. Ishihara
Abstract: Carbon nanotubes (CNT) can be an attractive candidate for vertical interconnects (vias) in 3D integrated circuits due to their excellent thermal and electrical properties. To investigate CNT electrical resistivity, test vias were fabricated using b ...

32. Discriminating the states of matter in metallic nanoparticle transformations: What are we missing?
Topic: Environment/Climate
Published: 2/20/2013
Authors: John M Pettibone, Julien C. Gigault, Vincent A Hackley
Abstract: A limiting factor in assessing the risk of current and emerging nanomaterials in biological and environmental systems is the ability to accurately detect and characterize their size, shape and composition in broad distributions and complex media. Asy ...

33. Protective performance of environmentally stressed fabrics containing melamine fiber blends
Topic: Environment/Climate
Published: 1/12/2013
Authors: Shonali Nazare, Shaun M. Flynn, Rick D Davis, Joannie W Chin
Abstract: In this study, environmentally stressed OS fabrics containing melamine fiber blends were evaluated for thermal and mechanical properties that are critical to the protective performance of firefighter turnout gear. Environmental stress factors that a ...

34. Evaluation of a drop-on-demand micro-dispensing system for development of artificial fingerprints
Topic: Environment/Climate
Published: 12/7/2012
Authors: Jessica L Staymates, Matthew E Staymates, John G Gillen
Abstract: Precision micro-dispensing is a growing technique that has many applications in the scientific and additive manufacturing communities. Piezoelectric inkjet printing is capable of accurately dispensing exceedingly small volumes of low-viscosity soluti ...

35. Biometrics in a Networked World
Topic: Environment/Climate
Published: 12/2/2012
Author: Kevin C Mangold

36. Microwave Behavior of polymer bonded Iron oxide nanoparticles
Topic: Environment/Climate
Published: 11/1/2012
Authors: Pavel Kabos, A Caprile, Coisson Marco, F Fiorillo, O M Manu, E. S. Olivetti, M. A. Olariu, Pasquale Massimo, V. A. Scarlatache
Abstract: Samples composed of a polymer matrix were loaded with different fractions from 0 to 30% of Fe oxide magnetic nanoparticles with an average size ranging from 50 to 25 nm. The permittivity and permeability of the composites were determined upon a very ...

37. Radio-microanalytical particle measurements method and application to Fukushima aerosols collected in Japan
Topic: Environment/Climate
Published: 8/26/2012
Authors: Cynthia J Zeissler, Lawrence Forsley, Richard Mark Lindstrom, Sean Newsome, Adrean Kirk, P.A. Mosier-Boss
Abstract: A nondestructive analytical method based on autoradiography and gamma spectrometry was developed to perform activity distribution analysis for particulate samples. This was applied to aerosols collected in Fukushima Japan, 40 km north of the Daiich ...

38. Proposal for a standardized test artifact for additive manufacturing machines and processes
Topic: Environment/Climate
Published: 8/15/2012
Authors: Shawn P Moylan, John A. Slotwinski, April Lynne Cooke, Kevin K Jurrens, M Alkan Donmez
Abstract: Historically, standardized test parts are used to quantitatively evaluate the performance of a machine or process. While several different additive manufacturing (AM) test parts have been developed in the past, there are no current standard test par ...

39. The winter time South Pole tropospheric water vapor column: Comparisons of radiosonde and recent terahertz radiometry, use of the saturated column as a proxy measurement; and inference of decadal trends
Topic: Environment/Climate
Published: 7/7/2012
Authors: Richard Addison Chamberlin, Erich N Grossman
Abstract: We use a fifty year record of winter time radiosonde observations at the South Pole to estimate the precipitable water vapor column (PWV) over the entire period. Humidity data from older radiosondes is of limited reliability; however, we think an est ...

40. Innovative Approach to Rapid Growth of Highly Clay-Filled Coatings on Porous Polyurethane Foam
Topic: Environment/Climate
Published: 6/11/2012
Authors: Yeon Seok Kim, Richard H. Harris Jr., Rick D Davis
Abstract: : An innovative twist to fabricating layer-by-layer coatings resulted in transparent, high-content clay coatings on porous polyurethane foam. The addition of an anionic poly(acrylic acid) (PAA) monolayer between anionic clay and cationic branched-pol ...

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