First proof of ferroelectricity in simplest amino acid

The boundary between electronics and biology is blurring with the first detection by researchers at Oak Ridge National Laboratory of ferroelectric properties in an amino acid called glycine. A multi-institutional research team used a combination of experiments and modeling to identify and explain the presence of ferroelectricity in the simplest known amino acid--glycine.

First proof of ferroelectricity in simplest amino acid

The boundary between electronics and biology is blurring with the first detection by researchers at Department of Energy's Oak Ridge National Laboratory of ferroelectric properties in an amino ...

Thu 19 Apr 12 from Phys.org

Microscopy yields first proof of ferroelectricity in simplest amino acid, Fri 20 Apr 12 from Labspaces.net

ORNL microscopy yields first proof of ferroelectricity in simplest amino acid, Thu 19 Apr 12 from e! Science News

Microscopy Yields First Proof of Ferroelectricity in Simplest Amino Acid, Thu 19 Apr 12 from Newswise

Boundary between electronics and biology is blurring: First proof of ferroelectricity in simplest amino acid, Thu 19 Apr 12 from ScienceDaily

ORNL microscopy yields first proof of ferroelectricity in simplest amino acid, Thu 19 Apr 12 from R&D Mag

ORNL microscopy yields first proof of ferroelectricity in simplest amino acid, Thu 19 Apr 12 from Eurekalert

Researchers Find Ferroelectricity in Simplest Amino Acid

The boundary between electronics and biology is blurring with the detection of ferroelectric properties in an amino acid called glycine.

Fri 20 Apr 12 from Laboratory Equipment

Researchers Demonstrate Ferroelectricity in Glycine Using Piezoresponse Force Microscopy

By Cameron Chai A team of multi-institutional researchers led by Andrei Kholkin from the University of Aveiro has for the first time experimentally demonstrated the existence of ferroelectricity ...

Sat 21 Apr 12 from AZoNano

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