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Materials physicists at Pacific Northwest National Laboratory are working with porous silicate pyramids in an effort to control their orientation on silicon surface. The goal of this research is to improve silicate application in catalysis, adsorption and gas sensing.

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Document Title: The AFM height image of AFM images of epitaxially grown silicate spiral pyramids on Si (100) surface
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