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Found 203 articles associated to the institution Tohoku University.
 
Electronically connected graphene nanoribbons foresee high-speed electronics
13-January-2016

Chemical interconnection bridges electronic properties of graphene-nanoribbons with zigzag-edge features.

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Researchers reveal the physics for the mechanism of slow change in microscopic magnetic structures
16-December-2015

A research group of Tohoku University, Japan, has studied a slow change of microscopic magnetic structures in metallic wires induced by external driving forces, commonly called "creep" motion. They clarified the physics of how the driving forces, magnetic fields or electric currents, act on the magnetic structure.

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PC Steel Wires on Concrete and Steel Bridges Now Visible with Terahertz Waves
10-December-2015

Damage to Steel Wires Inside External Cables Now Visible through Non-Contact/Non-Destructive Methods.

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A new sensor to detect physiological levels of nitrate and nitrite
9-December-2015

Researchers in Japan have created a new technique for visualizing the dynamics of nitrate (NO3-) and nitrite (NO2−), both markers of nitric oxide in a cell.

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Discovery of 3D Charge Density Wave in High-temperature Superconductivity
8-December-2015

An international research team has found a surprising three-dimensional arrangement of electrons in the Y-based high-temperature superconductor.

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