Andrei Markeev

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Inactivation of the gene ( Uox ) in primates, which is responsible for the synthesis of theenzyme urikase, has determined new ways of social and intellectual evolution of mammals [1, 2]. Almost simultaneously with this process, a mutation occurred, as a result of which primates lacked the capability of endogenous synthesis of ascorbate. These mutations(More)
Because of their immense scalability and manufacturability potential, the HfO2-based ferroelectric films attract significant attention as strong candidates for application in ferroelectric memories and related electronic devices. Here, we report the ferroelectric behavior of ultrathin Hf0.5Zr0.5O2 films, with the thickness of just 2.5 nm, which makes them(More)
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