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“Papers of School of Nano-Sciences”

 

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  1. P. Shadmani, B. Mehrafrooz, A. Montazeri and R. Naghdabadi,
Protein corona impact on nanoparticle-cell interactions: Toward an energy-based model of endocytosis,
J. Physics: Condens. Matter  (to appear) [abstract]

   2. S. Mohammadi, A. Montazeri and H. M. Urbassek,
Geometrical aspects of nanofillers influence the tribological performance of Al-based nanocomposites,
Wear  (to appear) [abstract]

   3. M. Vafaie, R. Mohammadpour, M. Vossoughi and P. Sasanpour,
Size and Geometry of Multielectrode Arrays Determine the Efficiency of Electrical Interaction With Neurons Through Double-Layer Capacitance,
IEEE Sensors J. 19(2019),   [abstract]

   4. M. Raeis, S. Ahmadi and A. Rajabpour,
Modulated thermal conductivity of 2D hexagonal boron arsenide: a strain engineering study,
Nanoscale 11(2019), 21799  [abstract]

   5. I. Seydi, S. H. Abedinpour, R. Asgari and B. Tanatar,
Exchange-correlation effects and the quasiparticle properties in a two dimensional dipolar Fermi liquid,
J. Superconduc. Nov. Magn.  (to appear) [abstract]

   6. M. Jannesar, A. Sadeghi, E. Meyer and G. R. Jafari,
A Langevin equation that governs the irregular stick-slip nano-scale friction,
Scientific Reports 9(2019), 12505  [abstract]

   7. Sh. Heidari, A. Cortijo and R. Asgari,
Hall viscosity for optical phonons,
Phys. Rev. B 100(2019), 165427  [abstract]

   8. D. Kim, K. Park, F. Shojaei, T. Terfa Debela, I. Seon Kwon, I. Hye Kwak, J. Seo, J. Pyoung Ahn, J. Park and H. Seok Kang,
Thickness-dependent bandgap and electrical properties of GeP nanosheets,
J. Mater. Chem. A (2019),   [abstract]

   9. A. Ebrahimian, M. Dadsetani and R. Asgari,
Dirac fermions and superconductivity in two-dimensional transition-metal MOH (M=Zr, Hf),
Phys. Rev. B  (to appear) [abstract]

   10. M. Barzegar, M. Berahman and R. Asgari,
First-Principles Study of Molecules Adsorption on the Ni-Decorated Monolayer MoS2,
J. Computational Electronics  (to appear) [abstract]

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