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Therefore, this is consistent with the growth of the (100) face by two-dimensional nucleation growth hillocks.
The final eight straws that we have just placed allow us to fake the fourth right angle that we need for four-dimensions, in much the same way as we faked the third right angle when drawing a cube on two-dimensional paper.
FLIR sensors can use serial or parallel processing, or two-dimensional IR arrays.
Light needs to interact with the two-dimensional interference pattern in the computer to display the hologram.
The three-dimensional world is a combination of "flats" - all the shapes from the two-dimensional worlds plus a rectangle and a circle - and solids - the five Platonic solids plus a sphere.
develop a two-dimensional representation of this metal with full integration of the transport phenomena and thermochemical aspects of the cupola process.
In sections on graphene, transition metal dichalcogenides, and novel materials, they discuss such topics as epitaxial graphene: progress on synthesis and device integration, graphene for radio frequency analogue applications, transition metal dichalcogenide Schottky barrier transistors: a device analysis and material comparison, device physics and device mechanics for flexible transition metal dichalcogenide and phosphorene thin-film transistors, group IV semiconductor two-dimensional materials: the case of silicene and germanene, and two-dimensional crystal-based heterostructures for nanoelectronics.
Iran) and Ali, with a British nanotechnology company, describe the fabrication methods and properties of two-dimensional nanostructures used as coatings to change the properties of a surface.
Two-dimensional information theory and coding; with application to graphics and high-density storage media.
These objects, which begin as two-dimensional structures, fold themselves into final, functional three-dimensional shapes.

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