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Coolio Differential interference contrast image of polymer trilayer film with self- assembled in-plane morphology
Owl Collision of two holes caused by dewetting of a thin polymer film on a substrate
Polymer Juggler Surprised Dewetting of thin polymer film on a substrate
Two Stage Dewetting Two stage dewetting of polymer trilayer film on a substrate
Slimy 3D Confocal optical microscope projection of a mature bacterial biofilm
Rim Breakup Breakup of rim of growing hole in thin polymer film
Hole Growth Growth of hole in freely-standing polystyrene film
On the Edge Atomic force micrograph of pattern formation near the edge of a polymer wedge film
Criss-Cross Reformation of lateral patterns in freely- standing polymer trilayer film upon cooling of the film 95 o C 75 o C
Polymer Dots Self-assembly of dots containing 1 picogram ( g) of polymer in a freely-standing polymer trilayer film
Starry Night Final morphology of dewetted polymer film
Dewetting Dewetting of a polymer film on top of another polymer film
Polymer Hell Pattern formation observed at the edge of a spincoated polymer film
Beautiful Bands In-plane banded structure which self- assembles in a heated polymer trilayer film
Volcano Atomic force micrograph of dewetting of top layer of polymer trilayer film
Criss-Cross In-plane banded structure which self- assembles in a heated polymer trilayer film and then reforms with a larger period upon cooling
The Scream Pattern formation observed near the edge of a spincoated polymer film
Velvet Differential interference contrast image of a freely- standing polymer film which wrinkles upon heating
Knitting Balls Atomic force microscopy image of a self-assembled array of polymer microspheres
Pattern Formation Formation and disappearance of in- plane morphology in freely-standing polymer trilayer film obtained upon heating
Double the Fun Two-stage dewetting process which occurs within polymer trilayer films
Rainbow Hole growth in central layer of polymer trilayer film
Lunar Landing Atomic force microscopy image of final morphology of dewetted polymer trilayer film
Here Comes the Sun Growth of a hole in the central layer of a polymer trilayer film
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