J. Pérez-Rigueiro

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M. Burghammer2
C. Riekel2
M. Elices2
R. Madurga2
G. R. Plaza2
2M. Burghammer
2C. Riekel
2M. Elices
2R. Madurga
2G. R. Plaza
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  • R. Madurga, T. A. Blackledge, B. Perea, G. R. Plaza, C. Riekel, M. Burghammer +3 others
  • 2015
The extraordinary mechanical performance of spider dragline silk is explained by its highly ordered microstructure and results from the sequences of its constituent proteins. This optimized microstructural organization simultaneously achieves high tensile strength and strain at breaking by taking advantage of weak molecular interactions. However,(More)
Spider silks combine a significant number of desirable characteristics in one material, including large tensile strength and strain at breaking, biocompatibility, and the possibility of tailoring their properties. Major ampullate gland silk (MAS) is the most studied silk and their properties are explained by a double lattice of hydrogen bonds and(More)
Porous silicon (PS) multilayer stacks were developed for their use as interference filters in the visible range. The optical behavior of these structures was previously simulated by the use of a computational program, from which the optical constants and thickness of the individual PS layers were determined. The possibility of using these structures as(More)
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