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  • Ferrite-filled cavities for compact planar resonators 

    Keatley, Paul Steven; Durrant, C.J.; Berry, S.J.; Sirotkin, Evgeny; Hibbins, Alastair P.; Hicken, R.J. (American Institute of Physics (AIP) -, 2014)
    Sub-wavelength metallic planar cavities, closed at one end, have been constructed by wrapping aluminium foil around teflon or ferrite slabs. Finite cavity width perturbs the fundamental cavity mode frequency of ferrite-filled ...
  • Ferromagnetic microswimmers 

    Ogrin, Feodor Y.; Petrov, Peter G.; Winlove, C. Peter (American Physical Society, 2008)
    We propose a model for a novel artificial low Reynolds number swimmer, based on the magnetic interactions of a pair of ferromagnetic particles: one with hard and the other with soft magnetic properties, connected by a ...
  • Ferromagnetic resonance of patterned chromium dioxide thin films grown by selective area chemical vapour deposition 

    Durrant, CJ; Jokubaitis, M; Yu, W; Mohamad, H; Shelford, LR; Keatley, PS; Xiao, G; Hicken, RJ (American Institute of Physics (AIP), 2015-05-07)
    A selective area chemical vapour deposition technique has been used to fabricate continuous and patterned epitaxial CrO2 thin films on (100)-oriented TiO2 substrates. Precessional magnetization dynamics were stimulated ...
  • Ferrous iron formation following the co-aggregation of ferric iron and the Alzheimer's disease peptide β-amyloid (1-42). 

    Everett, J.; Cespedes, E.; Shelford, L.R.; Exley, C.; Collingwood, J.F.; Dobson, J.; van der Laan, Gerrit; Jenkins, C.A.; Arenholz, E.; Telling, N.D. (Royal Scociety, 2014)
    For decades, a link between increased levels of iron and areas of Alzheimer's disease (AD) pathology has been recognized, including AD lesions comprised of the peptide β-amyloid (Aβ). Despite many observations of this ...
  • Fiber-optical analog of the event horizon 

    Philbin, Thomas G.; Kuklewicz, Chris; Robertson, Scott; Hill, Stephen; König, Friedrich; Leonhardt, Ulf (American Association for the Advancement of Science, 2008)
    The physics at the event horizon resembles the behavior of waves in moving media. Horizons are formed where the local speed of the medium exceeds the wave velocity. We used ultrashort pulses in microstructured optical ...
  • Field-controlled phase-rectified magnonic multiplexer 

    Davies, Carl S.; Sadovnikov, Alexandr V.; Grishin, Sergey V.; Sharaevskii, Yurii; Nikitov, Sergei; Kruglyak, V.V. (Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), 2015-06-18)
    The mechanism used to alter the features of propagating spin waves is a key component underpinning the functionality of high frequency magnonic devices. Here, using experiment and micromagnetic simulations, we demonstrate ...
  • Fingering convection and cloudless models for cool brown dwarf atmospheres 

    Tremblin, Pascal; Amundsen, David S.; Mourier, P.; Baraffe, I.; Chabrier, G.; Drummond, B.; Homeier, D.; Venot, O. (American Astronomical Society, 2015-04-27)
    This work aims to improve the current understanding of the atmospheres of brown dwarfs, especially cold ones with spectral type T and Y, whose modeling is a current challenge. Silicate and iron clouds are believed to ...
  • Finite conductance governs the resonance transmission of thin metal slits at microwave frequencies 

    Suckling, James R.; Hibbins, Alastair P.; Lockyear, Matthew J.; Preist, T. W.; Sambles, J. Roy; Lawrence, Christopher R. (American Physical Society, 2004)
    Fabry-Perot–like resonant transmission of microwave radiation through a single subwavelength slit in a thick aluminum plate is quantified for a range of slit widths. Surprisingly, and in contrast to previous studies [e.g., ...
  • First application of an axial speed of sound measurement technique in the monitoring of tendon healing 

    Vergari, C; Pourcelot, P; Ravary-Plumioën, B; Dupays, AG; Jacquet, S; Denoix, JM; Mitton, D; Laugier, P; Crevier-Denoix, N (Taylor & Francis: STM, Behavioural Science and Public Health Titles, 2011-08-24)
  • First-principles investigation of superconductivity in the body-centred tetragonal LaRu2P2 

    Karaca, E; Karadaǧ, S; Tütüncü, HM; Srivastava, GP; Uǧur (Taylor & Francis, 2016-06-07)
    © 2016 Informa UK Limited, trading as Taylor & Francis Group.We have investigated the ground state and electronic properties of LaRu2P2 in the ThCr2Si2 structure using a generalised gradient approximation of the density ...
  • First-principles structure determination of interface materials: The NixInAs nickelides 

    Schusteritsch, G; Hepplestone, SP; Pickard, CJ (American Physical Society, 2015-08-05)
    We present here a first-principles study of the ternary compounds formed by Ni, In, and As, a material of great importance for self-aligned metallic contacts in next-generation InAs-based MOS transistors. The approach we ...
  • Fitting the young main-sequence: distances, ages and age spreads 

    Mayne, Nathan J.; Naylor, Tim (Oxford University Press / Royal Astronomical Society, 2008)
    We use several main-sequence models to derive distances (and extinctions), with statistically meaningful uncertainties for 11 star-forming regions and young clusters. The model dependency is shown to be small, allowing us ...
  • Flat photonic bands in guided modes of textured metallic microcavities 

    Salt, M. G.; Barnes, William L. (American Physical Society, 2000)
    A detailed experimental study of how wavelength-scale periodic texture modifies the dispersion of the guided modes of λ/2 metal-clad microcavities is presented. We first examine the case of a solid-state microcavity textured ...
  • Flexural phonons in free-standing graphene 

    Mariani, Eros; von Oppen, Felix (American Physical Society, 2008)
    Rotation and reflection symmetries impose that out-of-plane (flexural) phonons of freestanding graphene membranes have a quadratic dispersion at long wavelength and can be excited by charge carriers in pairs only. As a ...
  • Flow-driven transition and associated velocity profiles in a nematic liquid-crystal cell 

    Jewell, Sharon A.; Cornford, Stephen Leslie; Yang, Fuzi; Cann, P. S.; Sambles, J. Roy (American Physical Society, 2009)
    The alignment properties and distribution of flow speed during Poiseuille flow through a microchannel of a nematic liquid crystal in a cell with homeotropic surface alignment has been measured using a combination of ...
  • Flow-Induced Twist-Compression in a Twisted Nematic Cell 

    Ruan, Lizhen; Sambles, J. Roy (American Physical Society, 2003)
    An optical convergent-beam guided-wave technique is used to explore in detail the dynamic flow effects in a twisted nematic cell. During switch-on it is found that the dynamic flow compresses the director twist to regions ...
  • Fluid Mobility over Corrugated Surfaces in the Stokes Regime 

    Shelley, S; Smith, JD; Hibbins, AP; Sambles, JR; Horsley, SAR (American Institute of Physics (AIP), 2016-08-01)
    An exact solution is found for laminar fluid flow along the grooves of a family of surfaces whose shape is given by the Lambert W-function. This simple solution allows for the slip length in the direction parallel to the ...
  • Fluid Mobility over Corrugated Surfaces in the Stokes Regime - datasets 

    Shelley, S; Smith, JD; Hibbins, AP; Sambles, JR; Horsley, SAR
  • Fluorescence enhancement through modified dye molecule absorption associated with the localized surface plasmon resonances of metallic dimers 

    Zoriniants, George; Barnes, William L. (Institute of Physics and Deutsche Physikalische Gesellschaft, 2008)
    Nano-antennae consisting of gold particle dimers were fabricated by electron-beam lithography. Dark-field scattering spectroscopy was used to probe the plasmonic response of individual nano-antennae and to characterize the ...
  • Fluorescent dyes as a probe for the localized field of coupled surface plasmon-related resonances 

    Kreiter, M.; Neumann, T.; Mittler, S.; Knoll, W.; Sambles, J. Roy (American Physical Society, 2001)
    The fluorescence light of Cy5 dye molecules in the vicinity of a metal grating is studied for varying directions of both the exciting and the emitted light. A different angular dependence of the intensity of the emitted ...