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    • Macromonomers and hydrogels 

      Mikos, Antonios G.; Hacker, Michael C. (2013-01-08)
      Macromonomers capable of both physical crosslinking and chemical crosslinking. The combination of chemical crosslinking and physical crosslinking provides the ability to generate rapidly gelling hydrogels for many different ...
    • Macroscopic ordered assembly of carbon nanotubes 

      Smalley, Richard E.; Colbert, Daniel T.; Smith, Kenneth A.; Walters, Deron A.; Casavant, Michael J.; Huffman, Chad; Yakobson, Boris I.; Hauge, Robert H.; Saini, Rajesh Kumar; Chiang, Wan-Ting (2004-09-14)
      The present invention is directed to the creation of macroscopic materials and objects comprising aligned nanotube segments. The invention entails aligning single-wall carbon nanotube (SWNT) segments that are suspended in ...
    • Macroscopically manipulable nanoscale devices made from nanotube assemblies 

      Colbert, Daniel T.; Dai, Hongjie; Hafner, Jason H.; Rinzler, Andrew G.; Smalley, Richard E.; Liu, Jie; Smith, Kenneth A.; Guo, Ting; Nikolaev, Pavel; Thess, Andreas (2006-05-23)
      Macroscopically manipulable nanoscale devices made from nanotube assemblies are disclosed. The article of manufacture comprises a macroscopic mounting element capable of being manipulated or observed in a macroscale ...
    • Macroscopically manipulable nanoscale devices made from nanotube assemblies 

      Colbert, Daniel T.; Dai, Hongjie; Hafner, Jason H.; Rinzler, Andrew G.; Smalley, Richard E.; Liu, Jie; Smith, Kenneth A.; Guo, Ting; Nikolaev, Pavel; Thess, Andreas (2011-06-14)
      This invention relates generally to cutting single-wall carbon nanotubes (SWNT). In one embodiment, the present invention provides for preparations of homogeneous populations of short carbon nanotube molecules by cutting ...
    • Magnetic purification of a sample 

      Colvin, Vicki L.; Yavuz, Cafer Tayyar; Mayo, John Thomas; Yu, Weiyong (2011-05-10)
      Methods for separating magnetic nanoparticles are provided. In certain embodiments, a method is provided for separating magnetic nanoparticles comprising: providing a sample comprising a plurality of magnetic nanoparticles; ...
    • Making C4+ products in bacteria 

      Bennett, George; Thakker, Chandresh (2017-05-16)
      Methods of making C4+ hydrocarbon feedstocks using anaerobic microbes are described.
    • Measurement of pipe wall thickness using magnetic flux leakage signals 

      Dutta, Sushant Madhukul; Ghorbel, Fathi Hassan (2012-03-13)
      An apparatus comprising a processor configured to implement a method comprising obtaining a pipe profile comprising a diameter, a nominal thickness, and a material, receiving a magnetic flux leakage (MFL) indication for a ...
    • Mechanical shear based synthesis of alumoxane nanoparticles 

      Barron, Andrew R.; Shahid, Naureen (2006-10-03)
      A method for forming carboxylate-alumoxane nanoparticles comprises subjecting a mixture comprising boehmite and carboxylic acid to mechanical shear. The method can be carried out at a temperature above ambient and preferably ...
    • Membrane comprising an array of single-wall carbon nanotubes 

      Smalley, Richard E.; Colbert, Daniel T.; Dai, Hongjie; Liu, Jie; Rinzler, Andrew G.; Hafner, Jason H.; Smith, Kenneth A.; Guo, Ting; Nikolaev, Pavel; Thess, Andreas (2007-04-17)
      This invention relates generally to membranes comprising an array of single-wall carbon nanotubes (SWNT) wherein the membrane is nanoporous. In one embodiment, the membrane comprises a substantially two-dimensional array ...
    • Metabolic transistor in bacteria 

      San, Ka-yiu; Bennett, George N.; Wu, Hui (2016-09-13)
      The disclosure relates to a metabolic transistor in bacteria where a competitive pathway is introduced to compete with a product pathway for available carbon so as to control the carbon flux in the bacteria.
    • Metabolic transistor in bacteria 

      San, Ka-yiu; Bennett, George N.; Wu, Hui (2018-07-03)
      The disclosure relates to a metabolic transistor in microbes such as bacteria and yeast where a competitive pathway is introduced to compete with a product pathway for available carbon so as to control the carbon flux in ...
    • Metal nanoshells 

      Oldenburg, Steven J.; Averitt, Richard D.; Halas, Nancy J. (2002-02-05)
      The present invention is for particulate compositions and methods for producing them that can absorb or scatter electromagnetic radiation. The particles are homogeneous in size and are comprised of a nonconducting inner ...
    • Metal nanoshells 

      Oldenburg, Steven J.; Averitt, Richard D.; Halas, Nancy J. (2004-02-03)
      The present invention is for particulate compositions and methods for producing them that can absorb or scatter electromagnetic radiation. The particles are homogeneous in size and are comprised of a nonconducting inner ...
    • Metal nanoshells for biosensing applications 

      West, Jennifer L.; Halas, Nancy J.; Oldenburg, Steven J.; Averitt, Richard D. (2004-03-02)
      The present invention provides nanoshell particles (“nanoshells”) for use in biosensing applications, along with their manner of making and methods of using the nanoshells for in vitro and in vivo detection of chemical and ...
    • Metal-exchanged carboxylato-alumoxanes and process of making metal-doped alumina 

      Kareiva, Aivaras; Bai, Chuansheng; Harlan, Charles Jeffrey; MacQueen, David Brent; Barron, Andrew R.; Cook, Ronald L. (2001-03-27)
      A method has been developed for the solution-based metal exchange of carboxylato-alumoxanes [Al(O)x (OH)y (O2 CR)z ]n with a wide range of metal cations. Metal-exchanged carboxylato-alumoxanes are new, particularly those ...
    • Metal-free silicon-molecule-nanotube testbed and memory device 

      Tour, James M.; He, Jianli; Chen, Bo; Flatt, Austen K.; Stephenson, Jason J.; Doyle, Condell D. (2010-04-27)
      Work from several laboratories has shown that metal nanofilaments cause problems in some molecular electronics testbeds. A new testbed for exploring the electrical properties of single molecules has been developed to ...
    • Metallopeptide catalysts 

      Ball, Zachary Thomas; Popp, Brian Vincent; Zaykov, Alexander Nikolaevich (2013-07-02)
      This application provides a metallopeptide catalyst comprising dirhodium bound to one or more carboxylate residues of a peptide, protein or peptidomimetic. These stable metallopeptides can achieve structure-selective protein ...
    • Method and apparatus for automatic gain control for nonzero saturation rates 

      Baraniuk, Richard G.; Laska, Jason N.; Boufounos, Petros T.; Davenport, Mark A. (2013-07-16)
      A method for automatic gain control comprising the steps of measuring a signal using compressed sensing to produce a sequence of blocks of measurements, applying a gain to one of the blocks of measurements, adjusting the ...
    • Method and apparatus for compressive acquisition and recovery of dynamic imagery 

      Baraniuk, Richard G.; Sankaranarayanan, Aswin C. (2017-05-16)
      A new framework for video compressed sensing models the evolution of the image frames of a video sequence as a linear dynamical system (LDS). This reduces the video recovery problem to first estimating the model parameters ...
    • Method and apparatus for compressive domain filtering and interference cancellation 

      Davenport, Mark A.; Boufounos, Petros T.; Baraniuk, Richard G. (2014-05-13)
      A method for compressive domain filtering and interference cancelation processes compressive measurements to eliminate or attenuate interference while preserving the information or geometry of the set of possible signals ...