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Tailoring the atomic structure of graphene nanoribbons by scanning tunnelling microscope lithography.
The patterning of graphene nanoribbons and bent junctions are patterned with nanometre-precision, well-defined widths and predetermined crystallographic orientations, allowing us to fully engineer their electronic structure using scanning tunnelling microscope lithography.
Switchable reflector in the Panamanian tortoise beetle Charidotella egregia (Chrysomelidae: Cassidinae).
A physical mechanism is proposed to explain the color switching of the tortoise beetle Charidotella egregia, showing that the gold coloration displayed by animals at rest arises from a chirped multilayer reflector maintained in a perfect coherent state by the presence of humidity in the porous patches within each layer.
Carbon Filaments and Nanotubes : Common Origins, Differing Applications?
Preface. Photograph of the participants. Organizing and scientific committee and editors. List of contributors. Introduction. Part I: Introduction to carbon fibers and carbon nanotubes. Vapor-grown
Photonic nanoarchitectures in butterflies and beetles: valuable sources for bioinspiration
In this review, a survey is presented of the development of natural photonic crystal‐type nanoarchitectures occurring in butterflies and beetles from the standpoint of physics and materials science, covering the past ten years.
Mapping the electronic properties of individual graphene grain boundaries
Grain boundaries, the characteristic topological defects of chemical vapor deposition grown graphene samples, are expected to substantially alter the electronic properties of the unperturbed graphene