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a·tom·ic

(ă-tom'ik),
Relating to an atom.

a·tom·ic

(ă-tom'ik)
Relating to an atom.

a·tom·ic

(ă-tom'ik)
Relating to an atom.
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"We adapted that idea by creating an insulator that used several layers of atomically thin materials instead of a thick mass of glass," said postdoctoral scholar Sam Vaziri, the lead author on the paper.
Heinz, "Atomically thin Mo[S.sub.2]: a new direct-gap semiconductor," Physical Review Letters, vol.
Lee, "Large-area atomically thin Mo[S.sub.2] nanosheets prepared using electrochemical exfoliation," ACS Nano, vol.
Kaiser, "Selective sputtering and atomic resolution imaging of atomically thin boron nitride membranes," Nano Letters, vol.
A high quality atomically resolved image (raw data) is shown in Figure 4(a), where the scan mode was constant current mode, the bias voltage between the tip and sample was 300 mV (sample positive), and the scan rate was 0.2 second per line.
Based on the feature parameters of the plate, the initial plate atomically created with the femur parameters can be efficiently edited and modified.
Li, "Two dimensional atomically thin Mo[S.sub.2] nanosheets and their sensing applications," Nanoscale, vol.
Atomically precise ultra-stable gold nanoparticles such as [Au.sub.25][(SR).sub.18] (4), [Au.sub.38][(SR).sub.24] (5), [Au.sub.130][(SR).sub.50] (6), [Au.sub.137] [(SR).sub.54] (7), and [Au.sub.144][(SR).sub.60] (8) (where the R group is thiol ligand attached) have previously been prepared with atomic precision using the Brust-Schriffin method.
There is another device through which a specified hospital and ambulance service receive the information atomically in case of any accident, if the device is installed in the vehicle.
And having understood the qualities in which different structures result, and then having discovered ways to manipulate those structures to serve our ends, we now have materials such as graphene, the atomically thin building block of graphite.
He reviewed research on different types of catalytic reactions involving metal clusters whose sizes were atomically controlled.