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See detailFabio DOPLICHER, Le masque de Faust
Tilkin, Françoise ULg; Cherubini, Nicoletta; Joppolo, Giovanni

Book published by Shakespeare and Company di Giuseppe Recchia (1981)

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See detailFabric transitions from shell accumulations to reefs: an introduction with Palaeozoic examples
Alvaro, J. J.; Aretz, M.; Boulvain, Frédéric ULg et al

in Alvaro, J. J.; Aretz, M.; Boulvain, Frédéric (Eds.) et al Palaeozoic Reefs and Bioaccumulations: Climatic and Evolutionary Controls (2007)

One unresolved conceptual problem in some Palaeozoic sedimentary strata is the boundary between the concepts of ‘shell concentration’ and ‘reef’. In fact, numerous bioclastic strata are transitional ... [more ▼]

One unresolved conceptual problem in some Palaeozoic sedimentary strata is the boundary between the concepts of ‘shell concentration’ and ‘reef’. In fact, numerous bioclastic strata are transitional coquina–reef deposits, because either distinct frame-building skeletons are not commonly preserved in growth position, or skeletal remains are episodically encrusted by ‘stabilizer’ (reef-like) organisms, such as calcareous and problematic algae, encrusting microbes, bryozoans, foraminifers and sponges. The term ‘parabiostrome’, coined by Kershaw, can be used to describe some stratiform bioclastic deposits formed through the growth and destruction, by fair-weather wave and storm wave action, of meadows and carpets bearing frame-building (archaeocyaths, bryozoans, corals, stromatoporoids, etc.) and/or epibenthic, non-frame-building (e.g. pelmatozoan echinoderms, spiculate sponges and many brachiopods) organisms. This paper documents six Palaeozoic examples of stabilized coquinas leading to (pseudo)reef frameworks. Some of them formed by storm processes (generating reef soles, aborted reefs or being part of mounds) on ramps and shelves and were consolidated by either encrusting organisms or early diagenesic processes, whereas others, bioclastic-dominated shoals in barrier shelves, were episodically stabilized by encrusting organisms, indicating distinct episodes in which shoals ceased their lateral migration [less ▲]

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See detailFabrication and characterization of polymer membranes with integrated arrays of high performance micro-magnets
Roy, D. L.; Shaw, Gorky ULg; Haettel, R. et al

in Materials Today Communications (2016), 6

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See detailFabrication and operation of a two-dimensional ion-trap lattice on a high-voltage microchip
Sterling, Robin C.; Rattanasonti, Hwanjit; Weidt, Sebastian et al

in Nature Communications (2014), 5

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See detailLa fabrication de l’actualité à travers l’image
Geuens, Geoffrey ULg

Conference given outside the academic context (2003)

Atelier d'éducation aux médias

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See detailLa fabrication des aliments pour poulets de chair à la ferme: valorisation des produits de l'exploitation.
Thewis, André ULg; Leterme, Pascal; Cors, F. et al

Scientific conference (1987, December)

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See detailFabrication des preparations biologiques.
Destain, Jacqueline ULg; Thonart, Philippe ULg

in Fruit Belge (1992), 60(440), 249-253

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See detailLa fabrication institutionnelle de l'écart dans le domaine de la culture
Ghebaur, Cosmina ULg

Scientific conference (2016)

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See detailFabrication of equally oriented pancake shaped gold nanoparticles by SAM-templated OMCVD and their optical response
Aliganga, Anne Kathrena A.; Lieberwirth, Ingo; Glasser, Gunnar et al

in Organic Electronics (2007), 8

The optical response of non-spherical gold nanoparticles not only depends on the size of the objects, but also on their shape and orientation with respect to the polarization direction of the light ... [more ▼]

The optical response of non-spherical gold nanoparticles not only depends on the size of the objects, but also on their shape and orientation with respect to the polarization direction of the light, exciting the plasmon resonance. This study demonstrates a method to grow non-spherical gold nanoparticles via organometallic chemical vapor deposition (OMCVD) onto planar substrates that are covered by SH-terminated self-assembled monolayers (SAMs). Trimethylphosphinegoldmethyl ((CH3)3PAuCH3) is used as the volatile organic precursor. The shape of the deposited particles varies with respect to the nature of the template SAM: disc-like and pancake shaped nanoparticles are fabricated with different aspect rations between the two main axes. UV–vis, AFM, STM, SEM and evanescent waveguide absorption spectroscopy (EWAS) of the OMCVD gold nanoparticles are applied to determine and verify the dimensions and orientation of the nanoparticles in two dimensions. When clusters of nanoparticles are formed, an additional plasmon band with a large red-shift is observed. [less ▲]

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See detailFabrication of gold wires for atom chips by electrochemical deposition: a comparative study
Lewis, Gareth; Moktadir, Zakaria; Gollasch, Carsten O. et al

in 16th European Workshop on Micromechanics. [MME 2005] (2005, September)

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See detailFabrication of lab-on-chip devices from fluoropolymers
Taberham, A; Kraft, Michael ULg; Mowlem, M et al

in Proceedings of "MME 2007 Conference : Portugal - Septembre 2007" (2007, September)

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See detailFabrication of lab-on-chip devices from fluoropolymers
Taberham, A; Kraft, Michael ULg; Mowlem, M et al

Scientific conference (2007, September)

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See detailThe fabrication of lab-on-chip devices from fluoropolymers
Taberham, Alan; Kraft, Michaël ULg; Mowlem, M. et al

in Journal of Micromechanics and Microengineering (2008), 18(6), 064011

Three different rapid manufacturing methods for the construction of fluoropolymer microfluidic devices were investigated: (1) fluoropolymer/epoxy laminate/fluoropolymer structures, (2) fluoropolymer ... [more ▼]

Three different rapid manufacturing methods for the construction of fluoropolymer microfluidic devices were investigated: (1) fluoropolymer/epoxy laminate/fluoropolymer structures, (2) fluoropolymer/fluoropolymer structures and (3) fluoropolymer/epoxy laminate/glass structures. The structures are chemically and physically robust and the fluoropolymer constructs can be used for optical wave guiding. Principles behind the use of fluoropolymer waveguide constructs and a basic theoretical analysis of the improvements they offer are presented. The otherwise problematic bonding of the polymers was facilitated by chemical (sodium naphthalene) surface treatment. The effects of the process were characterized by contact angle and bond strength measurements. For demonstration purposes, microfluidic channels were fabricated using Ordyl SY epoxy laminate (methods 1 and 3) and hot embossing of the polymers (method 2). The first method (fluoropolymer/epoxy laminate/fluoropolymer) proved to be the most reliable and successful, in particular when bonding the various layers. [less ▲]

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See detailFabrication of magnetooptical atom traps on a chip
Lewis, Gareth Neil; Moktadir, Zakaria; Gollasch, Carsten O. et al

in Journal of Microelectromechanical Systems (2009), 18(2), 347--353

Ultracold atoms can be manipulated using microfabricated devices known as atom chips. These have significant potential for applications in sensing, metrology, and quantum information processing. To date ... [more ▼]

Ultracold atoms can be manipulated using microfabricated devices known as atom chips. These have significant potential for applications in sensing, metrology, and quantum information processing. To date, the chips are loaded by transfer of atoms from an external macroscopic magnetooptical trap (MOT) into microscopic traps on the chip. This transfer involves a series of steps, which complicate the experimental procedure and lead to atom losses. In this paper, we present a design for integrating a MOT into a silicon wafer by combining a concave pyramidal mirror with a square wire loop. We describe how an array of such traps has been fabricated, and we present magnetic, thermal, and optical properties of the chip. [less ▲]

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