Judith A. Sánchez-García

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The purpose of this study was to monitor exposure to lead in four species of raptors in Southeastern Spain (Murcia Region). Samples of liver, kidney, brain, blood, and bone from two species of diurnal raptors (European kestrel (Falco tinnunculus) and European buzzard (Buteo buteo)) and two species of nocturnal raptors (Eagle owl (Bubo bubo) and Little owl(More)
We report on the selective production of self-organized nanohole and nanodot patterns on Si(001) surfaces by ion beam sputtering (IBS) under normal-incidence of 1 keV Ar(+) ions extracted with a cold cathode ion source. For a fixed ion fluence, nanohole patterns are induced for relatively low ion current densities (50-110 µA cm(-2)), evolving towards(More)
Interrupted coarsening (IC) has recently been identified as an important feature for the dynamics of the typical length-scale in pattern-forming systems on surfaces. In practice, it can be beneficial to improve pattern ordering since it combines a certain degree of defect suppression with a limited increase in the typical pattern wavelength. However, little(More)
Maxillofacial prostheses is a dental medicine specialty aimed at restoring anatomical facial defects caused by cancer, trauma or congenital malformations through an artificial device, which is commonly attached to the skin with the help of an adhesive. The purpose of our research was to develop a pressure-sensitive adhesive (PSA) based on acrylic monomers,(More)
We have established the conditions for which nanohole and nanodot patterns are produced on Si(001) surfaces by 1 keV Ar(+) ion beam sputtering (IBS) at normal incidence with an alternating cold cathode ion source (ACC-IS). Nanohole patterns are produced within a narrow IBS window for low ion fluxes (<100 µA cm(-2)) and relatively low ion fluences (<10(18)(More)
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