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Chien-Hua Tu, Martin Steinhart, Rüdiger Berger, Michael Kappl, Hans-Jürgen Butt, George Floudas
Semicrystalline polymers are solids that are supposed to flow only above their melting temperature. By using confinement within nanoscopic cylindrical pores, we show that a semicrystalline polymer can flow at temperatures below the melting point with a viscosity intermediate to the melt and crystal states....
Delen, G., Monai, M., Stančiaková, K. et al.
Many catalytic processes depend on the sorption and conversion of gaseous molecules on the surface of (porous) functional materials. These events often preferentially occur on specific, undercoordinated, external surface sites. Here we show the combination of in situ Photo-induced Force Microscopy (PiFM) with Density Functional...