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A multispectral imaging method for the rapid and accurate identification of few-layered graphene using optical images is proposed. Commonly rapid identification relies on optical interference effects which limits the choice of substrates and light sources. Our method is based on the comparison of spectral characteristics with principle components from a… (More)
We report on multilayered optical storage in Sm(DBM)<inf>2</inf>Phen-doped and un-doped polymethylmethacrylate read out by fluorescence and reflection modes. The detection of fluorescence signal enables retrieval of the stored bits with a higher signal-to-noise ratio.
Organic light emitting diode (OLED) technology uses substances that emit red, green, blue or white light. An OLED panel consists of stacks of several thin layers of different materials, as such it is not easy to inspect the common OLED defects. In this paper, an auto-optical inspection (AOI) system which can detect such defects effectively and robustly was… (More)
Superconductivity and crystalline structure were studied for two nanocomposites consisting of gallium loaded porous glasses with different pore sizes. The superconducting transition temperatures were found to differ from those in known bulk gallium modifications. The transition temperatures 7.1 and 6.7 K were ascribed to two new confined gallium structures,… (More)
Nuclear spin relaxation and the Knight shift for (71)Ga, (69)Ga, and (115)In isotopes were studied by nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) in liquid gallium-indium alloy confined to porous glass and alloy surface film and were compared with the bulk counterparts. Drastic spin relaxation acceleration under nanoconfinement was observed for the three isotopes.… (More)