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Micro & Nano Letters

Volume 11, Issue 9, September 2016


Volume 11, Issue 9

September 2016

Patterning Ag film by a facile, efficient and environment-friendly way
Ultrathin-body tunnelling FET using a trench structure
Performance and electrical characteristics of hybrid carbon nanotube field effect transistors
Synthesis of core–shell [email protected]3 conductive powders modified by gaseous rare-earth penetration
Biosynthesis and antibacterial activity of gold nanoparticles coated with reductase enzymes
Significantly improved breakdown performances of propylene carbonate-based nano-fluids
Porous ZnMnO3 plates prepared from Zn/Mn–sucrose composite as high-performance lithium-ion battery anodes
Effect of various surfactants on the stability time of kerosene–boron nanofluids
Design optimisation of AlGaN/GaN metal insulator semiconductor high electron mobility transistor with high-K/low-K compound gate dielectric layer for millimeter-wave application
Impact of nanomagnets size on switching behaviour of all spin logic devices
How direct electrospinning in methanol bath affects the physico-chemical and biological properties of silk fibroin nanofibrous scaffolds
Design and fabrication of field-emission tips with self-aligned gates
Pore-scale contact angle measurements of CO2–brine–glass beads system using micro-focused X-ray computed tomography
Self-sensing estimator for micromachined electrostatic actuators and parameters’ optimisation
Controlled synthesis of monodisperse silica particles
Temperature effect on morphology and electrochemical properties of nanostructured ZnO as anode for lithium ion batteries
Immobilisation of TiO2 films on activated carbon fibres by a hydrothermal method for photocatalytic degradation of toluene
Au thin-film electrodes based potentiometric CO2 sensor using Li3PO4 as both the reference material and the solid electrolyte
Tunable optical properties of ternary non-stoichiometric Cu–In–S nanocrystal emitters
Fabrication of poly(L-lactic acid) porous microspheres via phase inversion emulsion method

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