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Unsupported, unstained frozen-hydrated extended tails of bacteriophage T4 have been studied by cryo-electron microscopy. Their three-dimensional structure has been reconstructed after correlation and averaging of the information from different particles. While the reconstructions of hydrated tails show all the features found by conventional electron(More)
Pore–scale modeling and simulation of reactive flow in porous media has a range of diverse applications, and poses a number of research challenges. It is known that the morphology of a porous medium has significant influence on the local flow rate, which can have a substantial impact on the rate of chemical reactions. While there are a large number of(More)
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