Precision Measurement

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GLASSY-POLYMER ELECTRET RANDOM ACCESS MEMORY (GeRAM)

GeRAM is a memory technology that utilize the combined advantage two novel concepts, namely dual-condition programming and polymer electret with high glass-transition temperature (Tg) to achieve the quality if universal memory - non-volatile, fast, high-density, long retention, high endurance, and...
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GRADIENT ELUTION ELECTROPHORESIS

A method for performing electrophoretic separation of ionic compounds which involves varying a bulk fluid flow though a separation path into which ionic species are continuously introduced and separated. The method can also include the introduction of a leading electrolyte into the separation path...
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GRAPHENE AND GRAPHENE OXIDE NANOSPHERES

We have invented a method to enable the crumpling of graphene oxide, a graphene precursor, into monodisperse, water soluble, solid nanospheres. The nanospheres were transformed into a graphene-like material after heating while retaining their spherical conformation.
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HARVESTING OF PROCESSED CARBON NANOTUBES

A method of harvesting carbon nanotubes (CNTs) is provided. According to this method, CNT bundles, comprising CNTs associated with metallic catalysts and having amorphous carbon coatings are agitated in an aqueous liquid containing a dispersant with free-flowing grit particles to disassociate the...
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HEADSPACE SAMPLING DEVICE AND METHOD FOR SAMPLING

Headspace analysis is a technique in which a gas that has previously been in contact with a condensed phase (solid or liquid) is examined for the presence of volatile compounds released into the gas. The partitioning of analytes into the gas phase can be understood or even predicted with...
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High Efficiency Photon Detection

A detection pixel includes a material that is chosen so that its (averaged) atomic number density leads to the Compton process being the dominant scattering mechanism in response to incident photons, leading to production of Compton electrons with sufficient number and kinetic energy to produce an...

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