Research Center for Nanoscopic Physics and Biomedicine

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Engineering & Materials Science

Fluxes
Nanoparticles
Superconducting materials
Temperature
Thin films
Heat flux
Water
Shift registers
Inductance
Semiconductor materials
Microprocessor chips
Boiling liquids
Hardware
Logic circuits
Bias currents
Calcium carbonate
Fast Fourier transforms
Hysteresis
Multilayers
Steam
Electronic equipment
Particle size
Ligands
Molecules
Gases
Metals
Porous plates
X ray diffraction
SQUIDs
Magnetic fields
Electric power utilization
Electric lines
Iron
X ray absorption
Field effect transistors
Iron oxides
Magnetization
Fabrication
Photoluminescence
Polyelectrolytes
Ions
Sensors
Ultrathin films
Energy dissipation
Removal
Demonstrations
Magnetic semiconductors
Magnetic cores
Charge trapping
Magnetoelectronics
Refrigerators
Sheet resistance
Zeta potential
Solitons
Microspheres
Encapsulation
Molybdenum
Mass spectrometry
Ferrite
Magnetic properties
Packaging
Physics
Sodium
Irradiation
Nitrogen
Detectors
Imaging techniques
Adsorption
Kinetics
Oxygen
Electrons
Electrodes
Porous materials
Energy efficiency