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A review and outlook for an anomaly of scanning tunnelling microscopy (STM): superlattices on graphite
Since its invention in 1981, scanning tunnelling microscopy (STM) is well-known for its supreme imaging resolution enabling one to observe atomic-scale structures, which has led to the flourishing ofExpand
Analysis of failure mechanisms in electrically stressed Au nanowires
An analysis of polycrystalline Au thin film interconnects of widths ranging from 850 to 25 nm, and lengths ranging from 1.0 μm to 20 nm which have been electrically stressed to the point of failureExpand
Recent advancements in the use of exosomes as drug delivery systems
This article provides a review of both exosomes derived from various cells and modified exosome and their ability in delivering the many kinds of cargo to the target cell. Expand
Current at the nanoscale: An introduction to nanoelectronics, second edition
  • C. Durkan
  • Materials Science, Engineering
  • 30 October 2007
© 2014 by World Scientific Publishing Co. Pte. Ltd. All rights reserved. This second edition of the book, initially written as an introductory text dealing with how electric currents behave at theExpand
Detection of single electronic spins by scanning tunnelling microscopy
Recent experimental advances now mean that it is possible to detect and probe single electronic spins with nanometre spatial resolution. This has implications for materials characterization at theExpand
Endogenous pH-responsive nanoparticles with programmable size changes for targeted tumor therapy and imaging applications
P pH-responsive mechanisms for nanocarrier retention at tumor sites, size reduction for penetrating into tumor parenchyma, escaping from endo/lysosomes, and swelling or disassembly for drug release will be highlighted. Expand
Electronic spin detection in molecules using scanning-tunneling- microscopy-assisted electron-spin resonance
By combining the spatial resolution of a scanning-tunneling microscope (STM) with the electronic spin sensitivity of electron-spin resonance, we show that it is possible to detect the presence ofExpand
Flux closure vortexlike domain structures in ferroelectric thin films.
Enhanced piezoresponse force microscopy was used to study flux closure vortexlike structures of 90° ferroelastic domains at the nanoscale in thin ferroelectric lead zirconium titanate films, indicating that physical edges are not necessary for nucleation contrary to previous suggestions. Expand