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Nano-patterning of Solid Oxide Fuel Cell Electrolytes

A team of Stanford engineers have developed a low-cost, easy to fabricate membrane electrode assembly (MEA) that is nano-patterned to increase electrode reaction surface area in solid oxide fuel cells (SOFCs). These electrolytes are created with nano-sphe...
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Confocal and Concave 1D photonic crystal resonant cavities with ultra-low mode volume

Stanford researchers have designed novel laser cavities made from dielectric materials designed for poorly emitting materials. These nanocavities mimic large-scale laser cavities and are designed to reach very small mode volumes while preserving a high Q...
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