Phys. Rev. Focus23, 20 (2009) – Published June 12, 2009
A fraction of the soot particles produced in a flame can have a more rod-like, rather than bush-like structure, contradicting the conventional theory, which is relevant for industrial products and the atmosphere.
Phys. Rev. Focus23, 9 (2009) – Published March 25, 2009
Water containing specialized nanoparticles can transport heat at two different rates, depending on the initial configuration of the particles. An improved version of this system could help regulate heat flow in devices.
Phys. Rev. Focus23, 2 (2009) – Published January 16, 2009
The quantum jiggling that molecules experience even at the lowest temperatures–motion associated with the uncertainty principle–is not as tiny as researchers assumed and may be detected in the scattering of light through a liquid.