A single hydrogen molecule just might be a real-life little engine that could, according to a new study. It would be hard to imagine an engine much tinier.
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AFM nanoindentation results compared with macroscale tensile testing data to correlate surface properties of cellulose nanocrystal-based composites with bulk performance
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