2 article(s) from Scherer, Torsten
a) The backswimmer N. glauca. The silvery shine on the surface of the hemelytra is caused by the to...
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a) Left hemelytron of the backswimmer N. glauca. Four sections, defined by Wachmann , are shown. b)...
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Transmission electron microscopy images of setae on the hemelytra of N. glauca. a–d) Clavus. a) Tub...
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a) Three-dimensional reconstruction of a hemelytron µCT scan. The tomography data allowed an analys...
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Toluidine blue/borax stained semi-thin sections through the clavus of a hemelytron of N. glauca (do...
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a) Image of a water droplet detaching from the surface of N. glauca. The deformation of the droplet...
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Proposed Notonecta forewing surface function. An air layer is kept in between the setae. The club-s...
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a) Setup used for the proof of concept for the biomimetic Notonecta sensor inspired by the backswim...
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Beilstein J. Nanotechnol. 2018, 9, 3039–3047, doi:10.3762/bjnano.9.282
Schematic diagrams of the experimental procedure. (a) By slowly freezing the silver nitrate electro...
SEM images of silver wires: (a) Overview: low-magnification image. (b) Zoom-in of (a). (c) Image of...
TEM analysis of thin silver wires and corresponding EDX information. (a) Bright-field image of typi...
Auger depth profile curves of freshly prepared and aged silver wires. The full and dotted curves co...
TEM analysis of thin comb-like silver dendrites (dark areas in the image left) and corresponding SA...
Beilstein J. Nanotechnol. 2014, 5, 1285–1290, doi:10.3762/bjnano.5.142
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