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Micro & Nano Letters

Volume 5, Issue 2, April 2010


Volume 5, Issue 2

April 2010

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    • Dry etch fabrication of porous silicon using xenon difluoride
      Investigation of corrosion behaviour of nanostructured copper thin film produced by radio frequency sputtering
      Preparation and photocatalytic activity of Cu2+-doped 2, 4-dichlorophenol molecularly imprinted SiO2–TiO2 nanocomposite
      Photoinduced hydrophilicity of TiO2 film as the effect of H2O2 addition
      Enhancing the sensitivity of a mass-based piezoresistive micro-electro-mechanical systems cantilever sensor
      Cost-effective fabrication of nanoscale electrode memristors with reproducible electrical response
      Synthesis, structural and magnetic properties of CeO2 nanoparticles
      Zinc sulphide thin films having nanometre grain size for photovoltaic applications
      Nanoporous carbon produced from a styrene-acrylonitrile random copolymer/carbon nanotube composite
      Nanostructured semiconductor surfaces induced by an electric field
      Advanced step and flash nanoimprint lithography using UV-sensitive hard mask underlayer material
      Fabrication of multilayer microstructures using dry film resist and deep reactive ion etcher
      Fabrication of nano-mechanical switch using focused ion beam for complex nano-electronic circuits
      Synthesis of Ca(OH)2 nanoparticles by wet chemical method
      Effects of pertinent operating parameters on the size of iron nanoparticles synthesised by chemical vapour condensation method applying experimental design procedure
      Infrared-photovoltaic properties of graphene revealed by electro-osmotic spray direct patterning of electrodes
      Complex-controlled morphosynthesis of ring-like Cd(OH)2 superstructures
      Validity of current force fields for simulations on boron nitride nanotubes
      High sensitivity temperature sensor based on a long, suspended single-walled carbon nanotube array

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