Topics include light emission in aperiodic Thue-Morse dielectrics, development of a SiGe quantum cascade laser, electric force microscopy of individually charged silicon nanoparticles, surface cusp formation in silicon homoepitaxy, and optical activation of nanowires using Er-doped sol-gel derived silica.
In this new state, the electric force would switch off and all would be dark, matter would disintegrate because atoms are held together by the electric force, and human life would be extinguished at the speed of light.
A NIST scientist and collaborators in Japan and Taiwan have realized significant improvements in the performance and sensitivity of electric force microscopy for nanoelectronic device characterization.
While the force of gravity is trying to hold the atmosphere on the planet, the electric force (the same force that sticks laundry together in a drier and pushes electricity through wires) can help to push the upper layers of the atmosphere off into space.
Increasing spinning distance results in reduction of electric force and an increase in polymer solution concentration results in higher visco-elastic forces which restrict stretching of polymer solution jets leading to the formation of thicker fibers.