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Search Publications by June W. Lau

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Magnetoelastic effects in doubly clamped electroplated CoFe micro-beam resonators

Margo Staruch, S. P. Bennett, B. R. Matis, J. W. Baldwin, K. Bussmann, Daniel B. Gopman, Yury Kabanov, June W. Lau, Robert D. Shull, E. Langlois, C. Arrington, J. R. Pillars, Peter Finkel
Magnetostrictive Co77Fe23 films were fabricated on silicon wafers and fully suspended to produce free-standing, doubly clamped, micro-beam resonators. A

PEGylation of zinc nanoparticles amplifies their ability to enhance olfactory responses to odorant

Melissa Singletary, Samantha Hagerty, Shinichiro Muramoto, Yasmine Daniels, William A. MacCrehan, Gheorghe Stan, June W. Lau, Oleg Pustovyy, Ludmila Globa, Edward E. Morrison, Iryna Sorokulova, Vitaly Vodyanoy
Responses of olfactory sensory neurons to odorants are intensely enhanced with the addition of small endogenous and engineered zinc nanoparticles, as shown by

After oxidation, zinc nanoparticles lose their ability to enhance responses to odorants

Samantha Hagerty, Yasmine C. Daniels, Melissa Singletary, Oleg Pustovyy, Ludmila Globa, William A. MacCrehan, Shinichiro Muramoto, June W. Lau, Edward Morrison, Iryna Sorokulova, Vitaly Vodyanoy, Gheorghe NMN Stan
Electrical responses of olfactory sensory neurons to odorants were examined in the presence of zinc nanoparticles of various sizes and degrees of oxidation. The

Multiferroicity in Doped Hexagonal LuFeO3

Steven M. Disseler, Xuan Luo, Bin Gao, Yoon Seok Oh, Rongwei Hu, Yazhong Wang, Dylan Quintana, Alexander Zhang, Qingzhen Huang, June W. Lau, Rick L. Paul, Jeffrey W. Lynn, Sang-Wook Cheong, William D. Ratcliff
The hexagonal phase of LuFeO3 is a rare example of a multiferroic material possessing a weak ferromagnetic moment, which is predicted to be switchable by an

Structural and Magnetic Etch Damage in CoFeB

L. Krayer, June W. Lau, Brian J. Kirby
A detailed understanding of the interfacial properties of think films used in magnetic media is critical for the aggressive component scaling required for