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The papers we published in 2008 and 2009 received on average 29.9 citations each in 2010. However, nearly 30% of them were cited more than 30 times, contributing to roughly two-thirds of the impact factor.
Versatile room-temperature control of spin currents without a net charge flow paves the way for new methods to transfer and process information.
The solvent-based electrolytes used at present in lithium-ion batteries can be unsafe for large-scale applications. A crystalline electrolyte with high ionic conductivity could soon enable all-solid energy storage systems.
Single-walled carbon nanotubes have been used as test tubes for chemical reactions in an electron microscope. It is now shown that they can also act as reactors for the synthesis of narrow, helically twisted graphene nanoribbons through electron irradiation of functionalized fullerenes.
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