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Dynamical Casimir actuation under non-equilibrium conditions: The influence of optical properties from different interacting bodies

Nanostructure and thermal power of highly-textured and single-crystal-like Bi2Te3 thin films

Nonlinear actuation of micromechanical Casimir oscillators with topological insulator materials toward chaotic motion: Sensitivity on magnetization and dielectric properties

Phase Separation in Ge-Rich GeSbTe at Different Length Scales: Melt-Quenched Bulk versus Annealed Thin Films

Problems in measuring the Casimir forces at short separations

Casimir and electrostatic forces from Bi2Se3 thin films of varying thickness

Excessive number of high asperities for sputtered rough films

Nonlinear actuation of casimir oscillators toward chaos: Comparison of topological insulators and metals

Sensitivity of actuation dynamics on normal and lateral Casimir forces: Interaction of phase change and topological insulator materials

Tailoring Growth Kinetics toward a Size-Dependent Work Function of Ge Nanocrystals Synthesized by Inert Gas Condensation

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