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LPS Highlights 2011
LPS Highlights 2011
Microelectronics : Electron gas on the surface of an insulator opens the way to multifunctional transistors
Creating a conductive layer on the surface of strontium titanate ?
Introduction to Frustrated Magnetism
This book represents a state-of-the-art review aimed at a broad audience.
Tori and twists: Unusual supramolecular associations
A book by Jean Charvolin et Jean-François Sadoc.
A special, open access, issue of EPJ-AP, in honour of Christian Colliex
This special issue of Eur. Phys. J. Appl. Phys. is dedicated to Christian Colliex’s work.
New numeric control lathe inauguration
The lps inaugurated June 27, 2011 a new numeric control lathe which comes to complete the mutualized machining centre.
Transform a magnetic domain wall, and it will move !
Magnetic domain walls are non-material objects that correspond to an abrupt change of the magnetic order.
Three-dimensional architecture of single lipid-nucleic acid complex nanoparticles
Lipids share with other amphiphilic molecules the ability to self-assemble in solution.
Probing a complex magnetic structure by X-ray diffraction
A new technique, the resonant magnetic X-ray scattering, to determine the magnetic structure of BaVS3.
Bulk Dislocation Core Dissociation Probed by Coherent X Rays in Silicon
Understanding the origin and behavior of topological defects in hard condensed matter is a challenging problem.
The notion of biological membrane fluidity revisited : model lipid monolayers rheology
Recent technical progresses now allow to address this question.
An earlier diagnosis to avoid kidney transplant
An analytical technique to study the calcification present in the kidneys of patients with renal failure.
DNA-protein interactions determine the shape of confined DNA toroids
How is a long chain of DNA confined in a very small volume?
Microwave cooling of the Josephson Phase
The "friction of light" has been used for cooling atoms.
Large electric polarization in hybrid materials
Below a critical temperature, some compounds exhibit a finite electric spontaneous polarization.
Gold nanoparticules and confinement
Metallic nanoparticules are now largely used in many and various applications.
Self-assembly in solution of surfactant-silica hybrid materials
Surfactant-templated inorganic materials with a tunable porosity have raised a very large interest in the material science community.
How can a ‘spin liquid’ freeze?
Spin liquids are fascinating states of matter.
Molecular friction on a grafted polymer brush
More refined experiments and models have been proposed long after by Tabor and Bowden in the 1950.
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