Vol 357, Issue 6348
This Week in Science
Products & Materials
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Satellite-based observation of Ugandan forests documents the effectiveness of paying owners to not cut down their trees.
Cryo–electron microscopy structures of an AAA+ machine reveal details of the mechanism used for substrate protein disaggregation.
- Highly elastic binders integrating polyrotaxanes for silicon microparticle anodes in lithium ion batteries
The stability of silicon microparticle anodes is enhanced by highly elastic binders incorporating polyrotaxanes.
Scanning tunneling spectroscopy indicates a large energy gap and conducting edge states, consistent with calculations.
Transport experiments showing half-integer quantized conductance indicate a propagating Majorana edge mode.
Molecular strain has a complex effect on cleavage of P–O and Si–O bonds that depends on the respective transition states.
Trimethylchloromethyl ammonium trichloromanganese(II) may be a flexible material competitive for piezoelectric applications.
The minichromosome maintenance double hexamer, a precursor of the replicative DNA helicase, results from a symmetrical loading reaction.