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Ultra-Compliant Heterogeneous Copper-Tin Nanowire Arrays Making A Super-Solder.

Due to the substantial increase in power density, thermal interface resistance that can constitute more than 50 % of the total thermal resistance has generally become a bottleneck for thermal management in electronics. However, conventional thermal interface materials (TIMs) such as solder, epoxy, gel, and grease cannot fulfill the requirements of electronics for high-power and long-term operation. Here we demonstrate a high-performance TIM consisting of a heterogeneous copper-tin nanowire array which we te...


ns Pulsed Electric Field-Induced Action Potentials in the Circuital Model of an Axon.

Pulsed electric fields with duration in the sub- and ns time scale (nsPEFs) increase the permeability of cell membranes, enabling the transport of normally impermeant molecules into or out of the cell (electroporation). Such effect is associated to intracellular alterations and indicates nsPEFs as a new stimulus to modulate cell functions. In particular, studies dealing with the application of nsPEFs to excitable cells suggest their use for the stimulation/inhibition of cell excitation. In this paper, the c...

Materials, Processes, and Facile Manufacturing for Bioresorbable Electronics: A Review.

Bioresorbable electronics refer to a new class of advanced electronics that can completely dissolve or disintegrate with environmentally and biologically benign byproducts in water and biofluids. They have provided a solution to the growing electronic waste problem with applications in temporary usage of electronics such as implantable devices and environmental sensors. Bioresorbable materials such as biodegradable polymers, dissolvable conductors, semiconductors, and dielectrics are extensively studied, en...


Ultrahigh Conductive Copper/Large Flake Size Graphene Heterostructure Thin-Film with Remarkable Electromagnetic Interference Shielding Effectiveness.

To guarantee the normal operation of next generation portable electronics and wearable devices, together with avoiding electromagnetic wave pollution, it is urgent to find a material possessing flexibility, ultrahigh conductive, and superb electromagnetic interference shielding effectiveness (EMI SE) simultaneously. In this work, inspired by a building bricks toy with the interlock system, we design and fabricate a copper/large flake size graphene (Cu/LG) composite thin film (≈8.8 μm) in the light of hig...

Ionic Gels and Their Applications in Stretchable Electronics.

Ionic gels represent a novel class of stretchable materials where ionic conducting liquid is immobilized in a polymer matrix. This review focuses on the design of ionic gel materials and device fabrication of ionic-gel-based stretchable electronics. In particular, recent progress in ionic-gel-based electronic skin (pressure/strain sensors, electric double-layer transistors, etc.), flexible displays, energy storage devices, and soft actuators are summarized, followed by a discussion of challenges in developi...

Robotic Flexible Electronics with Self-Bendable Films.

Mechanical flexibility introduced in functional electronic devices has allowed electronics to avoid mechanical breakage, conform to nonplanar surfaces, or attach to deformable surfaces, leading to greatly expanded applications, and some research efforts have already led to commercialization. However, most of these devices are passively bendable by external driving forces. Actively bendable flexible thin film devices can be applied to new fields with new functionalities. Here, we report robotic flexible elec...

A High-Performance and Recyclable Al-Air Coin Cell Based on Eco-Friendly Chitosan Hydrogel Membranes.

Aluminum-air batteries are a promising power supply for electronics due to its low cost and high energy density. However, portable coin-type Al-air batteries operating under ambient air condition for small electronic appliances have rarely been reported. Herein, coin cell-type Al-air batteries using cost-effective and eco-friendly chitosan hydrogel membranes modified by SiO2, SnO2, and ZnO have been prepared and assembled. The Al-air coin cell employing chitosan hydrogel membrane containing 10 wt.% SiO2 as ...

Analysis and Design of Capacitive Parametric Ultrasonic Transducers for Efficient Ultrasonic Power Transfer Based on a 1D Lumped Model.

There is an increasing interest in wireless power transfer for medical implants, sensors networks and consumer electronics. A passive capacitive parametric ultrasonic transducer (CPUT) can be suitable for these application as it does not require a DC bias or permanent charge. In this paper, we present a 1-dimensional lumped parameter model of the CPUT to study its operation and investigate relevant design parameters for power transfer applications. The CPUT is modeled as an ultrasound driven piston coupled ...

Attachment insecurity and power regulation in intimate relationships.

Power and dependence are fundamental to the development of attachment insecurity and attachment insecurity is central in defining different ways people regulate power. This paper applies an integrated power and attachment perspective to advance understanding of the diverse ways people attempt to negotiate dependence and power in adult relationships. The paper demonstrates how: (1) power is integral to the concerns and goals underlying attachment avoidance and anxiety, (2) the situations that activate attach...

A Three-Dimensional Printed Poly(vinyl alcohol) Substrate with Controlled On-Demand Degradation for Transient Electronics.

Electronics that degrade after stable operation for a desired operating time, called transient electrons, are of great interest in many fields, including biomedical implants, secure memory devices, and environmental sensors. Thus, the development of transient materials is critical for the advancement of transient electronics and their applications. However, previous reports have mostly relied on achieving transience in aqueous solutions where the transience time is largely pre-determined based on the materi...

The sit-to-stand muscle power test: An easy, inexpensive and portable procedure to assess muscle power in older people.

Skeletal muscle power has been demonstrated to be a stronger predictor of functional limitations than any other physical capability. However, no validated alternatives exist to the usually expensive instruments and/or time-consuming methods to evaluate muscle power in older populations. Our aim was to validate an easily applicable procedure to assess muscle power in large cohort studies and the clinical setting and to assess its association with other age-related outcomes.

Michel Foucault and the Problematics of Power: Theorizing DTCA and Medicalized Subjectivity.

This article explores Foucault's two different notions of power: one where the subject is constituted by power-knowledge relations and another that emphasizes how power is a central feature of human action. By drawing out these two conceptualizations of power, Foucault's work contributes three critical points to the formation of medicalized subjectivities: (1) the issue of medicalization needs to be discussed both in terms of both specific practices and holistically (within the carceral archipelago); (2) we...

Impact of consumer power on consumers' reactions to corporate transgression.

We addressed how individuals' power influences their judgments regarding corporate transgressions. Based on the Situated Focus Theory of Power, which theorizes that powerful people respond more in accordance to circumstantial factors, we tested the interaction of power and the type of corporate discourse offered by the accused company. Across two studies (overall N = 216), we experimentally primed power (Study 1) and manipulated participants' sense of direct control over the company (Study 2). We consistent...

Molecular Design Towards Controlling Charge Transport.

Organic electronics generally deals with bulk, statistically averaged electrical properties of organic materials. Single molecular electronic devices can then be viewed as linkers to these bulk properties. However, controlling charge transport in single molecular systems still remains a formidable task which has prevented proliferation of these systems from research labs to household electronics. This concept article provides a general overview of the recent advances made by our group in the field. We will ...

Low power vs. High power Holmium laser enucleation of the prostate: Critical assessment through randomized trial.

To assess the non-inferiority of Low-power Holmium laser enucleation of the prostate (LP-HoLEP) to high-power (HP-HoLEP) for enucleation efficiency pertaining the advantages of lower cost and minimal postoperative dysuria, storage symptoms and negative sexual impact.

Mechanochromic stretchable electronics.

Soft and stretchable electronics are promising for a variety of applications such as wearable electronics, human-machine interfaces, and soft robotics. These devices, which are often encased in elastomeric materials, maintain or adjust their functionality during deformation, but can fail catastrophically if extended too far. Here, we report new functional composites in which stretchable electronic properties are coupled to molecular mechanochromic function, enabling at-a-glace visual cues that inform user c...

Effect of the nanowire diameter on the linearity of the response of GaN-based heterostructured nanowire photodetectors.

Nanowire photodetectors are investigated because of their compatibility with flexible electronics, or for the implementation of on-chip optical interconnects. Such devices are characterized by ultrahigh photocurrent gain, but their photoresponse scales sublinearly with the optical power. Here, we present a study of single-nanowire photodetectors displaying a linear response to ultraviolet illumination. Their structure consists of a GaN nanowire incorporating an AlN/GaN/AlN heterostructure, which generates a...

Freestanding organic charge-transfer conformal electronics.

Wearable conformal electronics are essential components for next-generation humanlike sensing devices that can accurately respond to external stimuli in non-planar and dynamic surfaces. However, to explore this potential, it is indispensable to achieve the desired level of deformability and charge transport mobility in strain-accommodating soft semiconductors. Here we show pseudo-two-dimensional freestanding conjugated polymer heterojunction nanosheets integrated into substrate-free conformal electronics, o...

Observation of microwave absorption and emission from incoherent electron tunneling through a normal-metal-insulator-superconductor junction.

We experimentally study nanoscale normal-metal-insulator-superconductor junctions coupled to a superconducting microwave resonator. We observe that bias-voltage-controllable single-electron tunneling through the junctions gives rise to a direct conversion between the electrostatic energy and that of microwave photons. The measured power spectral density of the microwave radiation emitted by the resonator exceeds at high bias voltages that of an equivalent single-mode radiation source at 2.5 K although the...

Development of spatial representation of power in children.

Systematic evidence demonstrates that power is mentally represented as vertical space by adults. However, little is known about the developmental progress of such representation. Using the explicit power evaluation task, this study investigated the development of the spatial representation of power. Participants were Chinese children (5-7 years old) and adults. The results revealed that vertical motor responses interfered with responding for all age groups; that is, they responded to words representing po...

Coping with diabetes: The 15 S coping skills list.

This communication lists and organizes 15 important coping skills, which can help one cope with the challenges and demands of living with diabetes. The 15 S list, as we term it, consists of 15 tips and tricks, which are classified into 5 domains: the power of thought, power of words, power of planning, power of motivation, and power of action. The list serves as a useful checklist and aid to clinical practice for all diabetes care professionals. The rubric facilitates a structured way of thinking and interv...

Have You Got the Power? Why Statistical Power Calculations Are Critical to Research Design.

A Comparison between Bench Press Throw and Ballistic Push-Up tests to assess upper-body power in trained individuals.

The purpose of the present study was to validate the ballistic push-up test performed with hands on a force plate (BPU) as a method to measure upper-body power. Twenty-eight experienced resistance trained men (age = 25.4 ± 5.2 y; body mass = 78.5 ± 9.0 kg; body height = 179.6 ± 7.8 cm) performed, two days apart, a bench press 1RM test and upper-body power tests. Mean power and peak power were assessed using the bench press throw test (BT) and the BPU test performed in randomized order. The area under the...

Beam quality improvement by controlling thermal lens spherical aberration in an end-pumped Nd:YVOlaser.

We present for the first time, to the best of our knowledge, the influence of spherical aberration on the beam quality of a single-stage laser amplifier. We set up an amplifier with a special structure to measure the spherical aberration distribution in the cavity. The output power of the oscillator was controlled, and the pump power of the amplifier was adjusted to improve the beam quality. The results show that there is an optimal amplifier pump power, which maximizes the output laser beam quality. In the...

Efficient high power, narrow linewidth 1.9  μm fiber hydrogen Raman amplifier.

We report here an efficient, high power, narrow linewidth 1.9 μm gas Raman amplifier by means of a hydrogen-filled hollow-core fiber. A 1.9 μm narrow linewidth continuous wave seed laser is coupled into the hollow-core fiber together with a high power pulsed 1064 nm MOPA laser through a shortpass dichroic mirror, and then amplified by stimulated Raman scattering of hydrogen. With 2 m fiber length and 4.5 bar gas pressure, the maximum average 1908 nm Stokes power of 570 mW is obtained, a record aver...


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