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Photomechanical actuator device based on Disperse Red 1 doped poly(methyl methacrylate) optical fiber
The photomechanical effect is the phenomenon involving any mechanical property change of a material induced by light exposure. Photomechanical devices can be built with superior performance over traditional devices and ...
Application-driven studies of photomechanical materials
Deep brain stimulation therapy is a well-established medical procedure with well-documented benefits, but this procedure would be enhanced by a flexible therapy device that could bend when photoactivated. To this end, two ...
CVD GROWTH AND RAMAN SPECTROSCOPY STUDY OF VAN DER WAALS IN2SE3
Using micro-Raman spectroscopy and finite-element simulations, we determine the in-plane thermal conductivity of suspended two-dimensional single-crystal In2Se3 grown by chemical vapor deposition. The thermal conductivity ...
Spectroscopy of Defects in Gallium Oxide
β-Gallium oxide (β-Ga2O3) is a promising semiconductor for its potential as a material in the field of power electronics. Magnesium doping of Ga2O3 has been shown to create a semi-insulating material, which could be ...
SPECTRAL MODEL OF RESONANT SOFT X-RAY SCATTERING TO RESOLVE MOLECULE SPECIFIC ORGANIZATION IN 3D ORGANIC NANOSTRUCTURES
Interest in developing carbon-based materials has increased in recent years due to their advantageous structure and properties. One common challenge in all potential applications is understanding how morphology, in addition ...
ANHARMONIC PHONON COUPLING AND IN-PLANE HETEROJUNCTION FABRICATION IN 2D IN2SE3
We study the anharmonic phonon interactions in the single-crystal semiconducting (a) and metal-like (ß) van der Waals In2Se3 layers, through the determination and analysis of temperature-dependent Raman spectra and thermal ...