Lots of new entries in the Top 40 this week, but “Novel Highly Conductive and Transparent Graphene-Based Conductors” from the Craciun lab tops the chart for the second week in a row.
In addition to papers on graphene, recent articles on organic and oxide semiconductors, plasmonics, and nano structures round out the top ten.
Two articles from the Whitesides lab feature in the Top 40: “Paper-Based, Capacitive Touch Pads” moves up 12 spots from last week, while the evergreen guide to “Writing a Paper” is number 24 again this week.
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Updated 11:00 am 2012-05-16: Fixed broken links and removed duplicate listing.