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The search for alternate information processing technologies to sustain Moore's Law improvements beyond those attainable by scaling of charge-based devices encompasses several key technologies. Some of these technologies were explored at the Third Workshop on Silicon Nanoelectronics and Beyond (SNB III) held at the National Science Foundation in Washington(More)
High-resolution sub-surface imaging of carbon nanotube (CNT) networks within polymer nanocomposites is demonstrated through electrical characterization techniques based on dynamic atomic force microscopy (AFM). We compare three techniques implemented in the single-pass configuration: DC-biased amplitude modulated AFM (AM-AFM), electrostatic force microscopy(More)
Bacterial cellulose (BC) has been used as a scaffold for tissue regeneration (TR). Improving functional TR requires highly selective strategies for specific cell attraction. Embedding iron oxide nanoparticles into a BC matrix can drive magnetically labeled cells to specific tissues where they may begin to heal injured tissue. This article focuses on(More)
(2014). Fabricación de electrodos para control de transporte y alineamiento a micro y nano escalas usando técni-cas bottom-up y top-Down. Revista Mutis 4(2). Copyright: ©2014 Rodríguez, D. y Ávila, A. This is an open-access article, which permits unrestricted use, distributions and reproduction in any medium , provided the original author and source are(More)
A simple and reliable experimental setup that illustrates one-dimensional quantum tunnelling effect is introduced. The main elements in this setup are the fabrication of sharp tips, and the sensing and approaching mechanism. A technique to fabricate very sharp tips is described, with tips made of 60 μm thick tungsten wire easily obtainable from car(More)
We study the depth sensitivity and spatial resolution of subsurface imaging of polymer nanocomposites using second harmonic mapping in Kelvin Probe Force Microscopy (KPFM). This method allows the visualization of the clustering and percolation of buried Single Walled Carbon Nanotubes (SWCNTs) via capacitance gradient (∂C/∂z) maps. We develop a multilayered(More)
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