A recent study provides a new platform for investigating light trapping, higher pseudospin states, vortex generation, and other interesting phenomena.
Acyclic diene metathesis or 'ADMET' is a special type of olefin metathesis used to polymerize terminal dienes to polyenes.
Superconductivity has been discovered in highly compressed hydrogen sulphide at an amazing 203 degrees kelvin.
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Directional motion and transport can be achieved using a salt concentration gradient and an appropriately designed self‐assembling system, without substantial synthetic effort...
Thiol-ene photopolymers provide a uniform network structure due to the well-defined step-growth mechanism of the photopolymerization between thiol and alkene monomers.
A historic article by Max Planck, first published (in print) in 1901 has reached the top 5% of scores in Altmetrics.
A self-avoiding random walk simulator for branched polymers allows to compare experimental data with simulation results.
Researchers report on a new approach to generate Janus droplets.
In their review in BioEssays, John Cunningham et al. discuss the origin of animals and whether the fossil record can be reconciled...