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yarns (96) 96
chemistry (92) 92
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metallurgy (89) 89
textiles (87) 87
paper (84) 84
performing operations (81) 81
transporting (81) 81
crimping or curling fibres, filaments, threads, oryarns (79) 79
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warping or beaming (79) 79
yarns or threads (79) 79
indexing scheme associated with sublasses of section d, relating to textiles (73) 73
indexing scheme associated with sublasses of sectiond, relating totextiles (73) 73
general tagging of cross-sectional technologies spanning over several sections of the ipc (72) 72
general tagging of new technological developments (72) 72
technical subjects covered by former uspc cross-reference art collections [xracs] and digests (72) 72
spinning (70) 70
natural or artificial threads or fibres (69) 69
apparatus specially adapted for the manufacture of carbonfilaments (68) 68
chemical features in the manufacture of artificial filaments,threads, fibres, bristles or ribbons (68) 68
technical subjects covered by former uspc (64) 64
technologies or applications for mitigation or adaptation againstclimate change (64) 64
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capacitors (60) 60
conductors (60) 60
physics (60) 60
braiding (59) 59
cables (59) 59
insulators (59) 59
nanotechnology (59) 59
reduction of greenhouse gas [ghg] emissions, related to energygeneration, transmission or distribution (59) 59
selection of materials for their conductive, insulating ordielectric properties (59) 59
knitting (58) 58
lace-making (58) 58
non-woven fabrics (58) 58
physical or chemical processes or apparatus in general (58) 58
trimmings (58) 58
capacitors, rectifiers, detectors, switching devices orlight-sensitive devices, of the electrolytic type (56) 56
chemical surface treatment (56) 56
coating by vacuum evaporation, by sputtering, by ion implantationor by chemical vapour deposition, in general (56) 56
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coating material with metallic material (56) 56
coating metallic material (56) 56
diffusion treatment of metallic material (56) 56
inhibiting corrosion of metallic material or incrustation ingeneral (56) 56
processes or means, e.g. batteries, for the direct conversionof chemical into electrical energy (56) 56
surface treatment of metallic material by diffusion into thesurface, by chemical conversion or substitution (56) 56
electric solid state devices not otherwise provided for (55) 55
semiconductor devices (55) 55
testing (55) 55
measuring (54) 54
after-treatment of the shaped products, e.g. repairing (53) 53
manufacture or treatment of nanostructures (53) 53
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shaping of material in a plastic state, not otherwise providedfor (53) 53
shaping or joining of plastics (53) 53
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working of plastics (53) 53
working of substances in a plastic state, in general (53) 53
inorganic chemistry (52) 52
compounds thereof (51) 51
layered products (51) 51
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electric techniques not otherwise provided for (50) 50
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laundering (50) 50
optics (50) 50
treatment of textiles or the like (50) 50
treatment, not provided for elsewhere in class d06, of fibres, threads, yarns,fabrics, feathers, or fibrous goods made from such materials (50) 50
casings or constructional details of electric apparatus (49) 49
manufacture of assemblages of electrical components (49) 49
printed circuits (49) 49
technical subjects covered by former uspc cross-reference artcollections [xracs] and digests (49) 49
artificial stone (48) 48
cements (48) 48
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compositions thereof, e.g. mortars, concrete or like buildingmaterials (48) 48
concrete (48) 48
cotton-wool (48) 48
devices or arrangements, the optical operation of which ismodified by changing the optical properties of the medium of thedevices or arrangements for the control of the intensity,colour, phase, polarisation or direction of light, e.g.switching, gating, modulating or demodulating (48) 48
fabrics made by such processes or apparatus, e.g. felts,non-woven fabrics (48) 48
frequency-changing (48) 48
lime, magnesia (48) 48
making textile fabrics, e.g. from fibres or filamentarymaterial (48) 48
measuring force, stress, torque, work, mechanical power,mechanical efficiency, or fluid pressure (48) 48
non-linear optics (48) 48
optical analogue/digital converters (48) 48
optical logic elements (48) 48
refractories (48) 48
slag (48) 48
techniques or procedures for the operation thereof (48) 48
treating textile materials by liquids, gases or vapours (48) 48
treatment of natural stone (48) 48
wadding (48) 48
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Science, ISSN 0036-8075, 8/2005, Volume 309, Issue 5738, pp. 1215 - 1219
Individual carbon nanotubes are like minute bits of string, and many trillions of these invisible strings must be assembled to make useful macroscopic... 
Aerogels | Electrodes | Temperature dependence | Densification | Electrical resistivity | Nanotubes | Reports | Commercial forests | Solar fibrils | Polymers | Microwaves | PERMITTIVITY | FIBERS | FILMS | ORIENTATION | DEPOSITION | MULTIDISCIPLINARY SCIENCES | COMPOSITES | NOISE | YARNS | TECHNOLOGY | Forest ecology | Research | Chemical synthesis | Carbon
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Journal of Mathematical Physics, ISSN 0022-2488, 02/2018, Volume 59, Issue 2, p. 1
The main purpose of this work is to investigate the effects of nonlinear diffusion on positive steady states in a Beddington-DeAngelis model. By the energy... 
Studies | Nonlinear equations | Algebra | Diffusion effects | Diffusion | Steady state models | Steady state | Impact analysis
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Advanced Materials, ISSN 0935-9648, 09/2018, Volume 30, Issue 36, pp. e1802733 - n/a
The goal of this work is to develop an inexpensive low‐temperature process that provides polymer‐free, high‐strength, high‐toughness, electrically conducting... 
rGO sheet | π bridging | ionic bridging | sequential bridging | Electrical properties | Avionics | Tensile strength | Corrosion resistance | Conducting polymers | Toughness | Adhesives | Electrical resistivity | Graphene | Bonding strength | Bonding agents | Flexible components | Sheets
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Nature Communications, ISSN 2041-1723, 2015, Volume 6, p. 6141
It is a challenge to fabricate graphene bulk materials with properties arising from the nature of individual graphene sheets, and which assemble into... 
FOAMS | CARBON | OXIDE | PERFORMANCE | MULTIDISCIPLINARY SCIENCES | NITROGEN | ULTRALIGHT | DOPED GRAPHENE | WATER
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Science, ISSN 0036-8075, 10/2011, Volume 334, Issue 6055, pp. 494 - 497
Rotary motors of conventional design can be rather complex and are therefore difficult to miniaturize; previous carbon nanotube artificial muscles provide... 
Electrodes | Artificial muscles | Torque | REPORTS | Yams | Nanotubes | Carbon nanotubes | Bending | Electrolytes | Research grants | Yarns | ELECTROLYTE | TUBE | MULTIDISCIPLINARY SCIENCES | MOTOR | YARNS | ACTUATORS | ARRAYS | Nanotubes, Carbon | Muscles | Biomimetic Materials | Rotation | Torsion, Mechanical | Usage | Equipment and supplies | Electrochemical apparatus | Fluid dynamics | Carbon fibers
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Carbon, ISSN 0008-6223, 09/2019, Volume 150, pp. 268 - 274
The weak interfacial interactions between carbon nanotube (CNT) always results in low stress load transfer efficiency in CNT yarns, herein we fabricated... 
Carbon nanotube | π bridging | Mechanical properties | Yarn | Toughness | Bridging | Electrical resistivity | Stress transfer | Nanotubes | Conductivity | Carbon nanotubes | Yarns | Carbon | Tensile strength
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Wuhan University Journal of Natural Sciences, ISSN 1007-1202, 10/2019, Volume 24, Issue 5, pp. 376 - 382
The classical washout algorithm had fixed gains and manually constructed filters, so that it led to poor adaptability. Furthermore, it lost the sustained... 
Life Sciences | human vestibular system | Life Sciences, general | Materials Science, general | “closed-loop” control | false cues | V 211.73 | TP 391.9 | Computer Science, general | classical washout algorithm
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Advanced Functional Materials, ISSN 1616-301X, 10/2011, Volume 21, Issue 19, pp. 3778 - 3784
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Science, ISSN 0036-8075, 1/2011, Volume 331, Issue 6013, pp. 51 - 55
Multifunctional applications of textiles have been limited by the inability to spin important materials into yarns. Generically applicable methods are... 
Electrodes | Liquids | RESEARCH ARTICLE | Graphene | Yams | Nanotubes | Carbon nanotubes | Scrolls | Photographs | Yarns | Archimedean spirals | ELECTROCATALYTIC ACTIVITY | FIBERS | GRAPHENE NANORIBBONS | OXYGEN REDUCTION | MAGNESIUM DIBORIDE | NANOFIBERS | MULTIDISCIPLINARY SCIENCES | BATTERIES | CARBON NANOTUBES | ARRAYS | Properties | Materials science | Yarn
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Science, ISSN 0036-8075, 08/2005, Volume 309, Issue 5738, pp. 1215 - 1219
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Wuhan University Journal of Natural Sciences, ISSN 1007-1202, 10/2019, Volume 24, Issue 5, p. 376
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Nature Communications, ISSN 2041-1723, 12/2019, Volume 10, Issue 1, pp. 1 - 10
Spider silks show unique combinations of strength, toughness, extensibility, and energy absorption. To date, it has been difficult to obtain spider silk-like... 
Self assembly | Stretchability | Hydrogels | Mechanical properties | Evaporation | Damping capacity | Cotton | Impact loads | Silica | Structural hierarchy | Silicon dioxide | Tensile strength | Fibers | Nanoparticles | Fabrication | Silk | Toughness | Self-assembly | Sheaths | Spiders | Animal behavior | Kinetic energy | Energy absorption | Polyacrylic acid
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