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Metallo-N-Heterocycles - A New Family of Hydrogen Storage Material

Khai Chen Tan, Yang Yu, Ruting Chen, Teng He, Zijun Jing, Qijun Pei, Jintao Wang, Yong Shen Chua, Anan Wu, Wei Zhou, Hui Wu, Ping Chen
Storing hydrogen efficiently in condensed material under mild conditions is a key technique challenge. Here, we developed a new family of hydrogen storage

Auto-tuning of double dot devices it in situ with machine learning

Justyna P. Zwolak, Thomas McJunkin, Sandesh Kalantre, J. P. Dodson, E. R. MacQuarrie, D. E. Savage, M. G. Lagally, S N. Coppersmith, Mark A. Eriksson, Jacob M. Taylor
The current practice of manually tuning quantum dots (QDs) for qubit operation is a relatively time- consuming procedure that is inherently impractical for

X-Ray Metrology of Nanowire/ Nanosheet FETs for Advanced Technology Nodes

Madhulika S. Korde, Regis J. Kline, Daniel F. Sunday, Nick Keller, Subhadeep Kal, Cheryl Alix, Aelen Mosden, Alain C. Diebold
The three-dimensional architectures for field effect transistors (FETs) with vertical stacking of Gate-all-Around Nanowires provide a pathway to increased

Atom Probe Tomography using Extreme-Ultraviolet Light

Luis Miaja Avila, Ann C. Chiaramonti Debay, Benjamin W. Caplins, David R. Diercks, Brian Gorman, Norman A. Sanford
We present a different approach to laser-assisted atom probe tomography, where instead of using a near-UV laser for inducing a thermal transient, we use an

Frequency-comb spectroscopy on pure quantum states of a single molecular ion

Chin-wen Chou, Alejandra L. Collopy, Christoph Kurz, Yiheng Lin, Michael E. Harding, Philipp N. Plessow, Tara M. Fortier, Scott A. Diddams, Dietrich G. Leibfried, David R. Leibrandt
Spectroscopy is a powerful tool for studying molecular properties and is commonly performed on large thermal ensembles of molecules that are perturbed by

Low-field magnetic resonance imaging of roots in intact clayey and silty soils

Mark S. Conradi, Stephen A. Altobelli, Dean O. Kuethe, Matthew S. Rosen, Neha Koonjoo, Bo Zhu, Karl F. Stupic, William L. Rooney, John E. Mullet, Brock Weers, G. Cody Bagnall, Haly Neely, Eiichi Fukushima, Cristine Morgan
The development of a robust method to non-invasively visualize root morphology in natural soils has been hampered by the opaque nature, chemical composition

Summary: Workshop on Machine Learning for Optical Communication Systems

Joshua A. Gordon, Abdella Battou, Michael P. Majurski, Dan Kilper, Uiara Celine, Massimo Tonatore, Joao Pedro, Jesse Simsarian, Jim Westdorp, Darko Zibar
Optical communication systems are expected to find use in new applications that require more intelligent and automated functionality. Optical networks are

Greenhouse gas observations from the Northeast Corridor tower network

Anna Karion, William Callahan, Michael Stock, Steve Prinzivalli, Kristal R. Verhulst, Jooil Kim, Peter Salameh, Israel Lopez Coto, James R. Whetstone
We present the organization, structure, instrumentation, and measurements of the Northeast Corridor greenhouse gas observation network. This network of tower
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