Rodrigo A. Seger

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Studying the earliest stages of precipitation at the nanoscale is technically challenging but quite valuable as such phenomena reflect important processes such as crystallization and biomineralization. Using a quartz nanopipette as a nanoreactor, we induced precipitation of an insoluble salt to generate oscillating current blockades. The reversible process(More)
A novel approach for the detection of ancillary gestures produced by clarinetists during musical performances is presented in this paper. Ancillary gestures, also known as non-obvious or accompanist gestures are produced spontaneously by musicians during their performances and do not have meaning in sound, but they help in the creation of music. The(More)
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