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    Near infrared (NIR) light has attracted much attention owing to its widespread applications in energy conversion, (-- removed HTML --) (-- removed HTML --) 1–3 (-- removed HTML --) (-- removed HTML --) sensing, (-- removed HTML --) (-- removed HTML --) 4 (-- removed HTML --) (-- removed HTML --) and bio-therapy. (-- removed HTML --) (-- removed HTML --) 5–7 (-- removed HTML --) (-- removed HTML --) In particular, to solve the energy problem all over the world, efficient utilization of natural

  • Optical Properties Of Thick Metal Nanohole Arrays

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    2. Optical properties of thick
metal nanohole arrays fabricated
by electron-beam and nanosphere lithography. INTRODUCTION Extraordinary optical transmission (EOT) through nanohole arrays has been concentrated broadly in several aspects, including the hypothesis and confirmation of its origin parameters influencing its intensity, the optical properties, for example like its transmission spectra and divergence. Several parameters including the refractive index of the medium on the metal film surface

  • Ortho Clinical Diagnostics

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    Internships Electrical Engineering Internship-Ortho Clinical Diagnostics: The internship offered at Ortho Clinical Diagnostic located in New Hampshire provides a position for a well driven individual an extraordinary opportunity to work with a team. Ortho Clinical Diagnostics is a large global company that is a provider in vitro diagnostics. This internship allows you to have the opportunity to work under a Senior Engineer and work on projects in collaboration with a team. To apply, you must be

  • The Effect Of Optical Fiber On The Growth Of The Economy Of Germany

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    always been a trend-setter when it about telecoms. Since the first commercial introduction in the 1980s, optical fiber innovation has experienced a practically significant growth and since more than 30 years, the increased research, technology development and commercialization of optical fiber combined with their continuously growing technical applications have been become a success story of optical fiber in Germany. In addition, Independent research has proven that investments in future-proof infrastructure

  • Essay on Business Case Study - Lucent Technologies

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    software that equips service providers to extend wire line and wireless access, local, long distance and international voice, data and video and cable services. The SPN segment includes the product groups responsible for Lucent's optical networking, switching solutions, access, wireless networks and software products businesses. It also includes the businesses that are focused on the needs of cable television operators, and data networking systems for service providers

  • Nanofiber Case Study

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    that graphene is a fascinating new nanocarbon possessing, single-, bi- or few layers of carbon atoms forming six-membered rings which were investigated by X-ray diffraction, atomic force microscopy, transmission electron microscopy, scanning tunneling microscopy and Raman spectroscopy. The extraordinary electronic, magnetic and electrochemical properties of single and bi layer graphene are unique and unexpected.

  • Research Paper On Graphene

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    The graphene as a Patch Antenna is able to radiate electromagnetic waves in the terahertz band (0.1 -10.0 THz) [22]. It is utilized to construct antennas and transmissions lines on elastic substrate, but the copper cannot. For the same geometry, the metal antennas working at the same frequencies are narrowband but the graphene antenna is a wideband antenna[23].The conductivity of graphene is very frequency-dependent

  • Differences Between Internet And World Wide Web

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    1. What are the differences between Internet and World Wide Web? INTERNET: • The Internet is one of the huge networks in the world. • Everyone & everywhere across the world Can be able to Access it. • The network is grouped of sub-networks and it consists of a number of computers. All The computers are switched to transmit data in from of packets. • The Internet mainly used to get an information in the form of • The main use of Internet is that it provides information & services in the form of

  • The Human Race : A Great Deal Over The Course Of Recent History Essay

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    Abstract The human race has advanced a great deal over the course of recent history, particularly so since the 18th century. Countless of these developments in society can be attributed to the achievements of engineers - however, despite this, many do not realise their contribution and importance. One of the fundamental bases behind these engineering feats is the harnessing of energy sources, such as electrical and heat energy. This has allowed for many innovations, for example power stations, transportation

  • The Effect Of Ionizing Radiation And Microgravity On Human Endothelial Cells And Radioprotection?

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    such as: computational simulations of nanoantenna (NA), desalination via dielectric breakdown, and hydrogen evolution reactions (HER). Metallic gold (Au) nanoantenna onto two-dimensional (2-D) transition metal dichalcogenides (TMDs) exhibit extraordinary optical properties that allow nanoscale energy modulation. A localized surface plasmon resonance (LSPR) emerges when incident electromagnetic energy excites the conduction electrons, causing them to oscillate coherently on the surface of the NA at