Abstract:Graphene has been widely employed in immunodiagnostics [1-4] due to its increased surface area, low cost and high electrical conductivity.
Abstract:It is found that by repeating two insulator layers with different electron affinities and keeping the total insulator thickness constant, the asymmetry and nonlinearity values
Abstract:Unique features of lasers, such as spatial and temporal coherence, low divergence, high power density and monochromaticity, endorse a broad spectrum of applications in fabricating nanostructured materials.
Abstract: Coating plays a vital role in improving surface quality and providing protection for a substrate. Consistent efforts have been made to produce excellent properties coating.
Abstract: Infants do not produce typical immune responses to foreign ABO-blood group antigens compared to older individuals who have a fully developed immune system.
Abstract: Graphene, the profound mother of carbon nanostructures has attracted tremendous attention towards biosensor and biomedical research through its enhanced property of sensitivity and specificity.
Abstract: The existence of nanographene (GR) and GR-fullerene bud (GR-BUD) in cluster form is discussed in organic solvents. Theories are developed based on columnlet, bundlet
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Abstract Different metal–insulator–metal diodes using the fixedbottom electrode with different top electrodesandmulti–insulator layers were investigated. Chromium was usedfor the bottom metal electrode