Dominik Munz and colleagues, at the University of Erlangen-Nuremberg, present a protocol for the isolation of stable heterocyclic carbenes.
Xiubo Zhao, at the University of Sheffield, and colleagues demonstrate fabrication of environmentally friendly, self-motile micro-stirrers using reactive inkjet printing.
Pegor Aynajian, at Binghamton University, and colleagues describe how to manipulate the antiferromagnetic domain structure of Fe1+yTe, using spin-polarized scanning tunneling microscopy.
Rachel B. Getman, at Clemson University, and colleagues present how to generate configurations of liquid water molecules around a metal catalyst surface using force field molecular dynamics simulations.
William T. Salter, at the University of Sydney, and colleagues demonstrate how to build and calibrate ceptometers to continuously measure light transmission through plant canopies.
Dr. Masashi Kato, at Nagoya Institute of Technology, and colleagues describe the microwave photoconductivity decay method for measuring carrier lifetime in semiconductors.
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