A blog about condensed matter and nanoscale physics. Why should high energy and astro folks have all the fun?
Hehe, indeed. Also in the abstract the prefix can be found in almost every 8th word (18 times.
Five times "nano" in the title:http://xxx.lanl.gov/abs/0712.0264
Lightweights! Pico-diddle periodic giant cavities of metal-organic frameworks. Nature 427 523 (2004), Adv. Funct. Mater. 16 520 (2006), Scripta Mater. 56 809 (2007). DOE H2-storage whores, PhD pilfered your funding. Plate cavities with semiconductor or supercon and party. Electrolessly intercalate zirconium phosphonate planes. Low temps and high magnetic fields for confinement; get jiggy.Rules have changed. Professionally managed research has process not product as king. Give Satan a big, er, small wet kiss.
The worst title in the history of Nano Letters is, and always will be, this Britney Spears-inspired title:http://pubs.acs.org/doi/abs/10.1021/nl060177c
I count 5 instances of the prefix in the first sentence of the abstract!
Gah. They really want funding dont they. If I used this as a NSF GRFP, then I so would've won. Damnit!
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