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Giant Photoelasticity of Polaritons for Detection of Coherent Phonons in a Superlattice with Quantum Sensitivity (2022)
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Kobecki, M., Scherbakov, A. V., Kukhtaruk, S. M., Yaremkevich, D. D., Henksmeier, T., Trapp, A., …Bayer, M. (2022). Giant Photoelasticity of Polaritons for Detection of Coherent Phonons in a Superlattice with Quantum Sensitivity. Physical Review Letters, 128(15), Article 157401. https://doi.org/10.1103/physrevlett.128.157401

The functionality of phonon-based quantum devices largely depends on the efficiency of the interaction of phonons with other excitations. For phonon frequencies above 20 GHz, generation and detection of the phonon quanta can be monitored through phot... Read More about Giant Photoelasticity of Polaritons for Detection of Coherent Phonons in a Superlattice with Quantum Sensitivity.

Luminescence and Crystalline Properties of InGaN-based LED on Si Substrate with AlN/GaN Superlattice Structure (2021)
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Alias, E. A., Taib, M. I. M., Bakar, A. S. A., Egawa, T., Kent, A. J., Kamil, W. M. W. A., & Zainal, N. (2021). Luminescence and Crystalline Properties of InGaN-based LED on Si Substrate with AlN/GaN Superlattice Structure. Journal of Physical Science, 32(3), 1-11. https://doi.org/10.21315/jps2021.32.3.1

A crack-free indium gallium nitride (InGaN) based light emitting diode (LED) grown on silicon (Si) substrate was successfully demonstrated by introducing aluminium nitride/gallium nitride (AlN/GaN) superlattice structure (SLS) in the growth of the LE... Read More about Luminescence and Crystalline Properties of InGaN-based LED on Si Substrate with AlN/GaN Superlattice Structure.

Temperature-dependent resistivity and anomalous Hall effect in NiMnSb from first principles (2019)
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Wagenknecht, D., Šmejkal, L., Kašpar, Z., Sinova, J., Jungwirth, T., Kudrnovský, J., …Turek, I. (2019). Temperature-dependent resistivity and anomalous Hall effect in NiMnSb from first principles. Physical Review B, 99(17), https://doi.org/10.1103/physrevb.99.174433

© 2019 American Physical Society. We present implementation of the alloy analogy model within fully relativistic density-functional theory with the coherent potential approximation for a treatment of nonzero temperatures. We calculate contributions o... Read More about Temperature-dependent resistivity and anomalous Hall effect in NiMnSb from first principles.

Evidence for Jahn-Teller effects in endohedral fullerenes (2018)
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Dunn, J. L., & Rashed, E. (2018). Evidence for Jahn-Teller effects in endohedral fullerenes. Journal of Physics: Conference Series, 1148(1), https://doi.org/10.1088/1742-6596/1148/1/012003

Endohedral fullerenes can be formed by encapsulating one or more atom or molecule inside the cavity of the fullerene molecule. When a light molecule is encapsulated, it will remain close to the centre of the fullerene molecule without any strong inte... Read More about Evidence for Jahn-Teller effects in endohedral fullerenes.

Laser drilling of micro-holes in single crystal silicon, indium phosphide and indium antimonide using a continuous wave (CW) 1070 nm fibre laser with millisecond pulse widths (2018)
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Maclean, J. O., Tangkijcharoenchai, C., Coomber, S., & Voisey, K. T. (2018). Laser drilling of micro-holes in single crystal silicon, indium phosphide and indium antimonide using a continuous wave (CW) 1070 nm fibre laser with millisecond pulse widths. Procedia CIRP, 74, 407-412. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.procir.2018.08.158

The laser micro-drilling of “thru” holes, also known as via holes, in Si, InP and InSb semiconductor wafers was studied using millisecond pulse lengths from an IPG Laser Model YLR-2000 CW multimode 2 kW Ytterbium Fibre Laser and a JK400 (400 W) fibre... Read More about Laser drilling of micro-holes in single crystal silicon, indium phosphide and indium antimonide using a continuous wave (CW) 1070 nm fibre laser with millisecond pulse widths.

Exposing latent fingermarks on problematic metal surfaces using time of flight secondary ion mass spectroscopy (2018)
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Thandauthapani, T. D., Reeve, A. J., Long, A. S., Turner, I. J., & Sharp, J. S. (2018). Exposing latent fingermarks on problematic metal surfaces using time of flight secondary ion mass spectroscopy. Science and Justice, 58(6), 405-414. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.scijus.2018.08.004

Fingermarks are a key form of physical evidence for identifying persons of interest and linking them to the scene of a crime. Visualising latent (hidden) fingermarks can be difficult and the correct choice of techniques is essential to develop and pr... Read More about Exposing latent fingermarks on problematic metal surfaces using time of flight secondary ion mass spectroscopy.