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Molecular View on Mechanical Reinforcement in Polymer Nanocomposites

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Ruikun Sun, Matthew Melton, Niloofar Safaie, Jr. Ferrier, Shiwang Cheng, Yun Liu, Xiaobing Zuo, Yangyang Wang
The microscopic origin of mechanical enhancement in polymer nanocomposites (PNCs) is investigated through the combination of rheology and small-angle neutron

Observation of Anti-Damping Spin-Orbit Torques Generated by In-Plane and Out-of-Plane Spin Polarizations in MnPd3

Author(s)
Mahendra DC, Ding-Fu Shao, Vincent D.-H. Hou, Patrick Quarterman, Ali Habiboglu, Brooks Venuti, Masashi Miura, Brian Kirby, Arturas Vailionis, Chong Bi, Xiang Li, Fen Xue, Yen-Lin Huang, Yong Deng, Shy-Jay Lin, Wilman Tsai, Serena Eley, Weigang Wang, Julie Borchers, Evgeny Y. Tsymbal, Shan X. Wang
High spin-orbit torques (SOTs) generated by topological materials and heavy metals interfaced with a ferromagnetic layer show promise for next generation

The OCEAN Project

Author(s)
Eric Shirley, John T. Vinson, Keith Gilmore
This chapter presents a high-level description of a suite of programs denoted by the acronym OCEAN (Obtaining Core Excitation spectra ab initio and with NBSE)

Operando Study of Thermal Oxidation of Monolayer MoS2

Author(s)
Sangwook Park, Angel Garcia-Esparza, Hadi Abroshan, Baxter Abraham, John T. Vinson, Allesandro Gallo, Dennis Nordlund, Joonsuk Park, Taeho R. Kim, Roberto Alonso-Mori, Dimosthenis Sokaras, Xiaolin Zheng
Monolayer MoS2 is a promising semiconductor to overcome the physical dimension limits of the microelectronic devices. Understanding the thermochemical stability

National Institute of Standards and Technology Environmental Scan 2020

Author(s)
Heather M. Evans, Kristen Greene, William M. Healy, Elizabeth A. Hoffman, Catherine A. Rimmer, Anna V. Sberegaeva, Neil M. Zimmerman
The 2020 National Institute of Standards and Technology Environmental Scan provides an analysis of key external factors that could impact NIST and the

Correlating Inter-Particle Forces and Particle Shape to Shear-Induced Aggregation/Fragmentation and Rheology for Dilute Anisotropic Particle Suspensions: A Complementary Study via Capillary Rheometry and in situ small and Ultra-Small Angle X-ray Scatterin

Author(s)
Anthony J. Krzysko, Elias Nakouzi, Xin Zhang, Trent R. Graham, Kevin M. Rosso, Gregory K. Schenter, Jan Ilavsky, Ivan Kuzmenko, Matthew G. Frith, Cornelius F. Ivory, Sue B. Clark, Javen S. Weston, Kathleen M Weigandt, James J. De Yoreo, Jaehun Chun, Lawrence M. Anovitz
Predicting the stability of suspensions composed of anisotropic particles is difficult due to the complexity and interplay of hydrodynamic and colloidal forces
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