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Directed assembly of nanoparticles and single wall carbon nanotubes (SWNTs) using electrostatically addressable templates has been demonstrated. Nanoparticles down to 50 nm are assembled on the Au micro and nanowires of the templates in a DC and AC electric fields. The nanoparticles can be assembled in monolayers and thicker layers. Single wall carbon nanotubes (SWNTs) are also assembled without alignment on Au wires using the nanotemplate. As the size of the template wires is reduced to nanoscale dimensions, an AC electric field proves to be more effective for nanoparticle assembly than a DC electric field.
A new species of Orthoptera, Parapleurites morrisonensis, is described from the upper Jurassic Morrison Formation of Colorado, USA. This is the first insect described from the Morrison Formation and the first orthopteran described from the Jurassic of North America. No other members of the family Locustopsidae have been described in North America previously, and the other species of Parapleurites are only known from Siberia. The lack of Jurassic Orthoptera in North America is likely due to a combination of taphonomic variables and collector bias. The discovery of Parapleurites morrisonensis and the potential for finding other Jurassic Orthoptera are important to understanding the evolution of this diverse and widely distributed group.
Given an affine domain of Gelfand–Kirillov dimension 2 over an algebraically closed field, it is shown that the centralizer of any non-scalar element of this domain is a commutative domain of Gelfand–Kirillov dimension 1 whenever the domain is not polynomial identity. It is shown that the maximal subfields of the quotient division ring of a finitely graded Goldie algebra of Gelfand–Kirillov dimension 2 over a field $F$ all have transcendence degree 1 over $F$. Finally, centralizers of elements in a finitely graded Goldie domain of Gelfand–Kirillov dimension 2 over an algebraically closed field are considered. In this case, it is shown that the centralizer of a non-scalar element is an affine commutative domain of Gelfand–Kirillov dimension 1.
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