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Antibacterial Coatings: Challenges, Perspectives, and Opportunities.
Tailoring the surface properties of Ti6Al4V by controlled chemical oxidation.
Nanoscale oxidative patterning of metallic surfaces to modulate cell activity and fate.
The versatility of simple chemical oxidative patterning is demonstrated to create unique nanotopographical surfaces that influence the behavior of various cell types, modulate the expression of key determinants of cell activity, and offer the potential of harnessing the power of stem cells.
Bandgap tuning of multiferroic oxide solar cells
Tuning the bandgap of multiferroic solar cells made from Bi2FeCrO6 is achieved by cationic ordering and is shown to dramatically improve their performance.
Extending Polymer Conjugation into the Second Dimension
Crystal surface templates may improve the electronic properties of conjugated polymers by linking them into two-dimensional networks.
Near Infrared, Highly Efficient Luminescent Solar Concentrators
The fabrication of a low reabsorption emission loss, high efficient luminescent solar concentrator (LSC) is demonstrated by embedding near infrared (NIR) core/shell quantum dots (QDs) in a polymer…
Characterization of a bioactive nanotextured surface created by controlled chemical oxidation of titanium
Gold nanoparticle decorated ceria nanotubes with significantly high catalytic activity for the reduction of nitrophenol and mechanism study
Perovskite quantum dots integrated in large-area luminescent solar concentrators
Insight into organometallic intermediate and its evolution to covalent bonding in surface-confined ullmann polymerization.
A combined study using scanning tunneling microscopy, X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy, low energy electron diffraction, near-edgeX-ray absorption fine structure (NEXAFS), and first-principles calculations unveils the structural conformation of substrate-bound phenylene intermediates generated from 1,4-dibromobenzene precursors on Cu(110), showing the stabilizing role of the halogen.