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Image Gallery pictures are associated with papers presented at the March Meeting 2012. Image credit format is on each image information page.
March Meeting Scientific Program
The March Meeting 2012 Bulletin of the American Physical Society, also called the Scientific Program, is a listing of all abstract presentation sessions given at the March Meeting.
Glass artwork demonstrates a rugged energy landscape.
A soap bubble trapped in a colorful configuration.
A snapshot of magnetic flux at super cold temperatures.
Scanning electron micrograph of iron-titanium nanowires.
Simulations reveal how natural streams branch.
Nanotubes mimic the Devil’s Postpile National Monument in eastern California.
High temperature superconductor spills secrets: a new phase of matter.
A schematic of a blind quantum computer that could protect user’s privacy.
A scanning electron microscope image of superconducting nanowires.
A magnified image of a silica gallery mode resonator.
Pressing liquids as flat as possible yields unique designs.
A close-up image of cholesteric LCDs that can be used in new flexible, color-changing displays.
Experimental evidence suggests that the human genome may bundle into these unknotted fractal globules.
Graphene undergoing a phase transition.
Hexagonal alanine molecules trap electron gas.
A chemical wave front resulting from molecular diffusion and a chemical reaction.
A nitrogen doping agent on a layer of graphene.
Crease formation in a highly deformable slab.
Quantum well states in the topological insulator Bi 2 Se 3 have a giant, tunable spin-splitting and may lead to room-temperature, nanoscale spintronics.
A maximally dense packing of spheres with high entropy.
An artist’s impression of a photonic edge state.
A depiction of a rippled graphene surface with defects.
Highly-energetic charge carriers generate voltage when light is absorbed in graphene.
A particle separation map of colored beads mixed in a tumbler.
A proposed Von Neumann architecture for a quantum computer.
Nitride alloys expand the applications of energy-saving LEDs.
Snapshot of the organization of water molecules and the hydrogen bonds on titanium dioxide.