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Ventricular tachycardia is a pulse rate of more than 100 beats per minute, with at least three irregular heartbeats in a row. It is a major cause of sudden cardiac death. The condition can develop...

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Functional electronic inversion layers at ferroelectric domain walls

Electric-field control of the conductivity of domain walls in ferroelectric ErMnO3 has been demonstrated. Reversible switching between conducting and insulating states is attributed to an inversion la...

Artificially introduced atomic-level sensors enable measurements of anelectric field within working semiconductor device

Semiconductors are at the heart of most electronic devices that govern our daily lives. The proper functioning of semiconductor devices relies on their internally generated electric fields. Measuring ...

A transistor that can be stretched to twice its length with minimal loss of conductivity

(Phys.org)—An international team of researchers has developed a transistor that can be stretched to twice its length and still maintain most of its conductivity. As the group notes in their paper pu...

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China's quota threat charges up electric car market

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$1.5M NSF grant to explore secrets of electric fish genome

(Michigan State University) MSU has landed a $1.5 million National Science Foundation grant to develop this cutting-edge technique in electric fish and afford more researchers easy access to this vers...

The secrets of vibration-enhanced conductivity in graphene

Graphene, the one-atom-thick material made of carbon atoms, still holds some unexplained qualities, which are important in connection with electronic applications where high-conductivity matters, rang...

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Electric Conductivity and Dielectric-Breakdown Behavior for Polyurethane Magnetic Elastomers.

The electric-voltage dependence of the electric conductivity for cross-linked and un-cross-linked magnetic elastomers was measured at various magnetic fields, and the effect of cross-linking on the el...

Suspension Electrodes Combining Slurries and Upflow Fluidized Beds.

Carbon-based suspension electrodes are currently intensively investigated for emerging electrochemical systems, such as flow batteries, flow capacitors, and capacitive deionization cells. The main lim...

Conductivity Modulation of Gold Thin Film at Room Temperature via All-Solid-State Electric-Double-Layer Gating Accelerated by Nonlinear Ionic Transport.

We demonstrated the field-effect conductivity modulation of a gold thin film by all-solid-state electric-double-layer (EDL) gating at room temperature using an epitaxially grown oxide fast lithium con...

Skyrmions and Hall Transport.

We derive a generalized set of Ward identities that captures the effects of topological charge on Hall transport. The Ward identities follow from the (2+1)-dimensional momentum algebra, which includes...

Thermal conductivity of the porcine heart tissue.

The porcine heart was used as a model for studying the thermal changes in myocardium at cooling and re-warming during open heart surgery. A section of the heart septum was excised and tissue was cut i...

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