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A paleomagnetic study of the 510-m-thick Wangjiashan section of Late Miocene and Pliocene terrestrial sediments reveals a fairly complete reversal record with ages from 11 to 1.8 Ma. The magnetostratigraphy of the Dongshanding section, located nearby, reveals a partially overlapping reversal record with ages from 2.2 to 0 Ma, and facilitates correlation of(More)
Tin oxide single nanowires configured as field effect transistors were shown to be operable and tunable alternately as gas sensors or as catalysts under a gaseous atmosphere that simulated realistic ambient conditions. The unusually large surface-to-volume ratio available with nanowires causes adsorption or desorption of donor or acceptor molecules on the(More)
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