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Intrinsically disordered proteins (IDPs) represent a large subpopulation of the proteome, and are characterized by high structural plasticity and a predisposition to aggregate. These aggregates can accumulate inside or outside the cell, often forming amyloid plaques that are implicated in a...
The complete set of Kubo conductivity tensors are computed for two- and three-dimensional linear magnetic null systems using collisionless single-particle simulations. Chaos regions are constructed for each case, along with the complete Lyapunov spectrum. It is found that stochastic frequency...
A planet's magnetosphere is often very dynamic, undergoing large topological changes in response to high speed (~400 km/s) solar wind intervals, coronal mass ejections, and naturally excited plasma wave modes. Plasma waves are very effective at transporting energy throughout the ...
Piezoelectric transducers are widely used as sensitive detectors of stress and to generate nanometer scale displacements. However, their piezoelectric coefficients often decrease substantially at cryogenic temperatures, limiting their performance in, e.g., low temperature STMs (scanning tunneling...
The fact that many of the giant hydrocarbon reservoirs, such as the Ghawar field in Saudi Arabia and the Grosmont formation in Alberta, are formed from carbonates make these rocks important research topics. Compressional and shear wave velocities (at 1 MHz) and the quasi-static strains of thirty...
Electro-transmittance of molecular junctions was characterized electrically and studied optically at 410nm and 532nm. Between 1kHz and 100kHz there was no qualitative difference between the control samples and the molecular junction samples, however there were difficulties with reproducibility of...