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At intermediate powers, the light comes from both the core and shell, and so appears orange.
where (Eq.) and (Eq.) are the total energies of the separate individual core and shell un-relaxed structures, respectively.
Nonadiabatic DFT-based dynamics, coupled with the surface hopping method, was used to study the effects of the core and shell compositions on energy relaxation rates in these systems.
In this study, soft-core/hard-shell latex particles with different shell ratios, core and shell glass transition temperatures ([T.sub.g]s), and particle sizes (63-177 nm) were synthesized using a two-stage emulsion polymerization.
The properties of this core/shell nanostructure strongly depend on the interplay between the core and shell layer [9, 10].
Core and shell tubes were directly connected to the syringe pumps.
The ability to control and modify the chemical nature of the core and shell of the nanoparticle may afford utility of these materials in a wide range of drug delivery applications, the parties added.
To restrain the fluorinated groups from migrating to the inside of the film, the core and shell of the particles were crosslinked with crosslinking agent.
The building has been accepted to the pilot core and shell program of the U.S.
Green Building Council (USGBC) is currently accepting pilot applications for the newly developed LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) Core and Shell Rating System.
"By eliminating any lattice defects in ruthenium nanoparticles before adding platinum, we preserved the crucial, discrete atomic structure of each element." The scalable and inexpensive synthesis method uses ethanol -- a common and inexpensive solvent -- as the reductant to fabricate the nanoparticle core and shell. The sophisticated process requires no other organic agents or metal templates.