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Disordered Heterogeneous Materials

Author(s)
Andrew J. Allen
This chapter describes the use of diffraction-based methods to characterize amorphous or disordered heterogeneous materials. Quantitative materials

Biodegradable biliverdin nanoparticles for efficient photoacoustic imaging

Author(s)
Parinaz Fathi, Knox J. Hailay, Dinabandhu Sar, Indu Tripathi, Ostadhossein Fatemeh, Misra K. Santosh, Mandy B. Esch, Jefferson Chan, Dipanjan Pan
Here we report the synthesis of nanoparticles composed of Biliverdin cross-linked with a bifunctional amine functionalized linker. The nanoparticles display

Monte Carlo Sampling Bias in the Microwave Uncertainty Framework

Author(s)
Michael R. Frey, Benjamin F. Jamroz, Amanda A. Koepke, Jake D. Rezac, Dylan F. Williams
The Microwave Uncertainty Framework (MUF) is a software suite created, supported, and made publicly available by the Radio Frequency Division of the U.S.

Considerations for Managing Internet of Things (IoT) Cybersecurity and Privacy Risks

Author(s)
Kaitlin R. Boeckl, Michael J. Fagan, William J. Fisher, Naomi B. Lefkovitz, Katerina N. Megas, Ellen M. Nadeau, Benjamin M. Piccarreta, Danna G. O'Rourke, Karen A. Scarfone
The Internet of Things (IoT) is a rapidly evolving and expanding collection of diverse technologies that interact with the physical world. Many organizations

Short-Range Charge Density Wave Order in TaS2

Author(s)
Jaydeep D. Joshi, Heather M. Hill, Sugata Chowdhury, Christos D. Malliakas, Francesca M. Tavazza, Utpal Chatterjee, Angela R. Hight Walker, Patrick M. Vora
2H-TaS2 undergoes a charge density wave (CDW) transition at T_CDW ~ 75 K, however key questions regarding the onset of CDW order remain under debate. In this
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