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Phosphorene Nanoribbons, Phosphorus Nanotubes, and van der Waals Multilayers
We perform a comprehensive first-principles study of the electronic properties of phosphorene nanoribbons, phosphorus nanotubes, multilayer phosphorene sheets, and heterobilayers of phosphorene andExpand
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The MicroArray Quality Control (MAQC)-II study of common practices for the development and validation of microarray-based predictive models
Gene expression data from microarrays are being applied to predict preclinical and clinical endpoints, but the reliability of these predictions has not been established. In the MAQC-II project, 36Expand
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Coexistence and transition between Cassie and Wenzel state on pillared hydrophobic surface
Water droplets on rugged hydrophobic surfaces typically exhibit one of the following two states: (i) the Wenzel state [Wenzel RN (1936) Ind Eng Chem 28:988–994] in which water droplets are in fullExpand
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Formation of ordered ice nanotubes inside carbon nanotubes
Following their discovery, carbon nanotubes have attracted interest not only for their unusual electrical and mechanical properties, but also because their hollow interior can serve as aExpand
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Bilayer Phosphorene: Effect of Stacking Order on Bandgap and Its Potential Applications in Thin-Film Solar Cells.
  • J. Dai, X. Zeng
  • Materials Science, Physics
  • The journal of physical chemistry letters
  • 24 March 2014
Phosphorene, a monolayer of black phosphorus, is promising for nanoelectronic applications not only because it is a natural p-type semiconductor but also because it possesses a layer-number-dependentExpand
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Planar-to-tubular structural transition in boron clusters: B20 as the embryo of single-walled boron nanotubes.
Experimental and computational simulations revealed that boron clusters, which favor planar (2D) structures up to 18 atoms, prefer 3D structures beginning at 20 atoms. Using global optimizationExpand
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Evidence of hollow golden cages.
The fullerenes are the first "free-standing" elemental hollow cages identified by spectroscopy experiments and synthesized in the bulk. Here, we report experimental and theoretical evidence of hollowExpand
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A universal principle for a rational design of single-atom electrocatalysts
Developing highly active single-atom catalysts for electrochemical reactions is a key to future renewable energy technology. Here we present a universal design principle to evaluate the activity ofExpand
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Structures and stabilities of small silicon clusters: Ab initio molecular-orbital calculations of Si7–Si11
Ab initio all-electron molecular-orbital calculations have been carried out to study the structure and relative stability of small silicon clusters (Sin, n=7–11). A number of low-energy geometricExpand
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Defect passivation in hybrid perovskite solar cells using quaternary ammonium halide anions and cations
The ionic defects at the surfaces and grain boundaries of organic–inorganic halide perovskite films are detrimental to both the efficiency and stability of perovskite solar cells. Here, we show thatExpand
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