A new method of analysis of plasma-chemical energy-transfer processes is demonstrated.
Superior performance of plasma treated water as an anodizing electrolyte for producing nanoporous titanium dioxide nanotubes.
Researcher from Canada and the United Kingdom demonstrate a fast and precise way of examining block copolymer melts using Monte Carlo simulations.
New research shows in situ processes as a solution to improve dispersion in nanocomposites.
New research on the self-regenerative effect of siloxane coatings on polycarbonate.
The stability of biodegradable polymers in both fresh water and sea water is investigated to determine how degradable they really are.
A new technique for surface chemical analysis with collagen ELISA to optimize surface fictionalization for implantation is presented.
Using plasma-deposited siloxane films with a high dielectric permittivity on copper avoids long-time partial discharge.
Nominate a colleague for the Biopolymers Murray Goodman Memorial Prize, awarded for accomplishments in biochemistry, biophysical chemistry, biophysics and/or chemical biology.
This organic–inorganic composite lubricant displays the best of both worlds for solid-state, high-temperature applications.