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0213985William H. ButlerUniversity of Alabama TuscaloosaWriting & Reading Discrete Charge States in a Single Molecule
0520491Chia-Ling ChienJohns Hopkins UniversityHigh School Student Research Internships at the Johns Hopkins University MRSEC
0520491Chia-Ling ChienJohns Hopkins UniversityMultiple States of Nanoring Magnetic Tunnel Junctions
0520491Chia-Ling ChienJohns Hopkins UniversityPerpendicular STT Oscillator
0820579Noel A. ClarkUniversity of Colorado at BoulderCool and Creative Chemistry
0820579Noel A. ClarkUniversity of Colorado at BoulderNanoscale Saddles Lend a Hand to Chiral OrderingN
0520651William A. CurtinBrown UniversityBrown Out: Engineering Educational Outreach Classroom Visits Program
0520651William A. CurtinBrown UniversityGrain boundaries control residual stress in thin films
0520651William A. CurtinBrown UniversityKinetic model of whisker growth in Sn films
0520651William A. CurtinBrown UniversityMechanics of crack deflection at a twist grain boundary
0520651William A. CurtinBrown UniversityCrack Interaction With Grain Boundaries in Zinc Bicrystals
0520651William A. CurtinBrown UniversityMRSEC Outreach: Research Experience for Teachers
0520527Juan J. De PabloUniversity of Wisconsin-MadisonSynthesis and Design of Catalytic Materials for Selective Production of Bio-Products
0520527Juan J. De PabloUniversity of Wisconsin-MadisonTransistor Probes for Photo-Induced Charge Transfer
0520527Juan J. De PabloUniversity of Wisconsin-MadisonFast Crystal Growth at the Surface of an Organic Glass
0520527Juan J. De PabloUniversity of Wisconsin-MadisonUW-MRSEC Participates in Nanotechnology Workshops for Educators in Danville, VA
0520527Juan J. De PabloUniversity of Wisconsin-MadisonElectronically Driven Structure Changes of Si Captured by Femtosecond Electron Diffraction
0520527Juan J. De PabloUniversity of Wisconsin-MadisonSize-Dependent, Surface-Induced Ordering of Liquid Crystals Observed in Monodispersed Droplets with Micrometer-to-Nanometer Sizes
0520527Juan J. De PabloUniversity of Wisconsin-MadisonK-6 Science Outreach: MicroExplorers
0520527Juan J. De PabloUniversity of Wisconsin-MadisonCurvature-Induced Lipid Localization as a New Approach to Dynamic Materials
0520527Juan J. De PabloUniversity of Wisconsin-MadisonUW MRSEC Interdisciplinary Education Group Utilizes Museum Partnership to Increase Dissemination of Educational Materials
0520527Juan J. De PabloUniversity of Wisconsin-MadisonMaking "Smart" Oxides Using Molecular Layers
0520527Juan J. De PabloUniversity of Wisconsin-MadisonMechanical Damping, Negative Poisson´s Ratio and Softening of the Compressibility of Barium Titanate
0520527Juan J. De PabloUniversity of Wisconsin-MadisonNanoimprinted Thin Films of Reactive, Azlactone-Containing Polymers: New Methods for the Topographic Nanopatterning with Facile Post-Fabrication Chemical Functionalization
0520527Juan J. De PabloUniversity of Wisconsin-MadisonStructured Interfaces with Tunable Adhesion
0820506Todd EmrickUniversity of Massachusetts AmherstIRG I. Macroscopic Addressable Arrays of Block Copolymers With Areal Densities of 10 Terabit/inch2 and Beyond
0820506Todd EmrickUniversity of Massachusetts AmherstIRG I. Colloidosome Assemblies
0820506Todd EmrickUniversity of Massachusetts AmherstIRG II. Continuous Wrinkle EvolutionCross sectional images of wrinkle evolution across a LDPE extrudate with surface temperature varying from T = 105ºC to 75ºC from left to right
0820506Todd EmrickUniversity of Massachusetts AmherstRET Program. Fracture-induced alignment of surface wrinkles
0820506Todd EmrickUniversity of Massachusetts AmherstSuperseed. Ionic Liquid MarblesIonic liquid marble coated with Teflon particles
0820506Todd EmrickUniversity of Massachusetts AmherstSuperseed. Mixing Polymers with Ionic Liquids
0820506Todd EmrickUniversity of Massachusetts AmherstSeed 2. Probing Energy and Charge Transport within Individual Quantum Dot/Conjugated Organic Nanostructures
0820506Todd EmrickUniversity of Massachusetts AmherstSeed 1. Using Nanoparticles to Manipulate Micron-Scale Objects
0520565Sossina M. HaileCalifornia Institute of TechnologyCalifornia Clean Innovation Conference 2009
0520565Sossina M. HaileCalifornia Institute of TechnologyCSEM Faculty and Students Engage High School Students Through Research Experiences
0520565Sossina M. HaileCalifornia Institute of TechnologyElastic Bending of Nanofabricated Si Pillars
0520565Sossina M. HaileCalifornia Institute of TechnologyGraphene Atomic Switches for Ultracompact Logic Devices & Non-Volatile Memory Elements
0520565Sossina M. HaileCalifornia Institute of TechnologyReversible, Injectable Hydrogels
0520565Sossina M. HaileCalifornia Institute of TechnologyExperimental Investigation of Mechanical Properties of Metallic Glasses at Nano-scale
0520565Sossina M. HaileCalifornia Institute of TechnologyStructure-Property Relationships from large-scale1st principles quantum-mechanical calculations.
0520415Craig J. HawkerUniversity of California-Santa BarbaraUCSB Research Interns Win Awards at SACNAS
0520415Craig J. HawkerUniversity of California-Santa BarbaraSelf-healing thermoplastic elastomers
0520415Craig J. HawkerUniversity of California-Santa BarbaraUnique technology of employing hyperpolarized water allows for the experimental determination of local and surface water diffusion coefficient within 5 Å of dilute biomolecular systems including proteins and membranes under ambient conditions
0520415Craig J. HawkerUniversity of California-Santa BarbaraSticky Polyelectrolytes
0520415Craig J. HawkerUniversity of California-Santa BarbaraControlling the conductivity of SnO2
0520415Craig J. HawkerUniversity of California-Santa BarbaraMolecular Beam Epitaxy of Tin Oxide
0520415Craig J. HawkerUniversity of California-Santa BarbaraMicro-tensiometry
0520415Craig J. HawkerUniversity of California-Santa BarbaraNew in-situ Growth and Characterization System at UCSB
0520415Craig J. HawkerUniversity of California-Santa BarbaraNew n-type materials for photovoltaics
0520415Craig J. HawkerUniversity of California-Santa BarbaraMaterials Research Facilities Network
0820382Dennis W. HessGA Tech Research Corporation - GA Institute of TechnologyChemical Modification of Epitaxial Graphene
0820382Dennis W. HessGA Tech Research Corporation - GA Institute of TechnologyFirst Epitaxial Graphene Workshop
0820382Dennis W. HessGA Tech Research Corporation - GA Institute of TechnologyGraphene-based Transparent Electrodes for Organic Electronics
0820382Dennis W. HessGA Tech Research Corporation - GA Institute of TechnologyHigh quality graphene grown on silicon carbide
0820382Dennis W. HessGA Tech Research Corporation - GA Institute of TechnologyNew Material Developed for Post Si-CMOS Electronics
0820382Dennis W. HessGA Tech Research Corporation - GA Institute of TechnologyQuantization of Zero-Mass Particles in Graphene
0820382Dennis W. HessGA Tech Research Corporation - GA Institute of TechnologyShared Experimental Facilities
0520404Melissa A. HinesCornell UniversityQuantifying the Impact of Hands-On Science Activities Scientists and Evaluators Form Partnership to Develop Assessment Tools
0520404Melissa A. HinesCornell UniversityVisualizing Electron Motion at the Subatomic ScaleUnderstanding the arrangement of electrons can explain the behavior of complex materials
0520404Melissa A. HinesCornell UniversityHelping Organic Molecules Fall Over Step EdgesUnderstanding how to grow ordered high-performance electronic materials
0520404Melissa A. HinesCornell UniversityInnovative Program helps find New Markets for ProductsBusiness Works with Cornell Program to Find New Uses for Nanoporous Materials
0520404Melissa A. HinesCornell UniversityBringing Hands-on Science to Schools Across the NationEducational modules developed in Upstate NY benefit teachers and students in Puerto Rico
0520404Melissa A. HinesCornell UniversityPutting Single Molecules to the RackStretching Chemical Bonds to Understand How Electrons Move in Molecules
0520404Melissa A. HinesCornell UniversityPainting a Microscopic Picture A New Microscope Color-Codes Atoms in Nanostructures
0520404Melissa A. HinesCornell UniversityMaking Large Atomically-Thin Windows Few-Atom-Thick Films may enable New Types of Microscopy
0520404Melissa A. HinesCornell UniversityChemical Exercise Makes Nanoparticles Work Faster
0520550Matthew JohnsonUniversity of Oklahoma Norman CampusMRSEC: Center for Semiconductor Physics in Nanostructures (CSPIN)
0520550Matthew JohnsonUniversity of Oklahoma Norman CampusMRSEC: Center for Semiconductor Physics in Nanostructures (CSPIN)
0520550Matthew JohnsonUniversity of Oklahoma Norman CampusMRSEC: Center for Semiconductor Physics in Nanostructures (CSPIN)
0520550Matthew JohnsonUniversity of Oklahoma Norman CampusMRSEC: Center for Semiconductor Physics in Nanostructures (CSPIN)
0520550Matthew JohnsonUniversity of Oklahoma Norman CampusMRSEC: Center for Semiconductor Physics in Nanostructures (CSPIN)
0820054Ka Yee C. LeeUniversity of ChicagoGranular Streams: "Liquids" with Ultra-Low Surface Tension
0820054Ka Yee C. LeeUniversity of ChicagoStress and Structural Rearrangement of Cytoskeleton Networks
0820054Ka Yee C. LeeUniversity of ChicagoGranular materials in a Hele-Shaw Cell
0820054Ka Yee C. LeeUniversity of ChicagoCharge transport in arrays of multicomponent nanostructures
0820054Ka Yee C. LeeUniversity of ChicagoGraduate Optics Course at the University of Bangui
0820054Ka Yee C. LeeUniversity of ChicagoPhysics with a Bang!!
0820054Ka Yee C. LeeUniversity of ChicagoThe Quantum Glass Transition in LiHoxY1-xF4
0820054Ka Yee C. LeeUniversity of ChicagoTransient ordering in a quasi-two-dimensional binary liquid near freezing
0212302Timothy P. LodgeUniversity of Minnesota-Twin CitiesTaming Nanocrystal Structure
0212302Timothy P. LodgeUniversity of Minnesota-Twin CitiesMicelle Equilibration Kinetics in an Ionic Liquid
0212302Timothy P. LodgeUniversity of Minnesota-Twin CitiesPrinted Organic Circuits on Plastic
0212302Timothy P. LodgeUniversity of Minnesota-Twin CitiesInstitute of Technology Summer Bridge Program
0212302Timothy P. LodgeUniversity of Minnesota-Twin CitiesHybrid Silicon Nanocrystal-Polymer Solar Cells
0212302Timothy P. LodgeUniversity of Minnesota-Twin CitiesUMN IPrime Hosts Annual Meeting (May 27-29, 2008);For more than 40 Member Companies; faculty, students and guests
0212302Timothy P. LodgeUniversity of Minnesota-Twin CitiesMagnetics Day - Magnetism in Technology
0819885Timothy P. LodgeUniversity of Minnesota-Twin CitiesElectrolyte Gating Workshop, October 29th, 2008
0213623Thomas E. MalloukPennsylvania State Univ University ParkNeurotransmitter-Functionalized Capture Surfaces
0213623Thomas E. MalloukPennsylvania State Univ University ParkNew Families of Molecules for Self-Assembly
0820404Thomas E. MalloukPennsylvania State Univ University ParkMagnetic Symmetry and Roto Properties in "Non"-Magnetic Materials
0820404Thomas E. MalloukPennsylvania State Univ University ParkProximity-induced minigap state in a metallic nanowire
0820404Thomas E. MalloukPennsylvania State Univ University ParkQuantum oscillations in a superconducting bismuth nanowire
0820404Thomas E. MalloukPennsylvania State Univ University ParkDragonFly TV
0820404Thomas E. MalloukPennsylvania State Univ University ParkHands-on Science for the Visually Impaired
0820404Thomas E. MalloukPennsylvania State Univ University ParkLight-Driven Plasmonic Switches
0820404Thomas E. MalloukPennsylvania State Univ University ParkPolarizing Spins in 1D
0820404Thomas E. MalloukPennsylvania State Univ University ParkA strained ferroelectric grown directly on silicon
0820404Thomas E. MalloukPennsylvania State Univ University ParkTransformation Optics
0820492Robert B. MeyerBrandeis UniversityActive Emulsion
0820492Robert B. MeyerBrandeis UniversitySelf-Limited Self-Assembly of Chiral Subunits
0820492Robert B. MeyerBrandeis UniversityOutreach
0820492Robert B. MeyerBrandeis UniversityThe MRSEC Microfluidics Facility
0820492Robert B. MeyerBrandeis UniversityPolymers Under Constraint
0820492Robert B. MeyerBrandeis UniversityMRSEC / SCOPE
0520513Monica OlveraNorthwestern UniversityDesign of Bifunctional Oxide Multilayers
0520513Monica OlveraNorthwestern UniversityAligned, Semiconducting Carbon Nanotube Transistors
0520513Monica OlveraNorthwestern UniversityMonitoring Chromosome Dynamics in a Living Bacterial Cell
0520513Monica OlveraNorthwestern UniversityInternational Research Experience for Undergraduates
0520513Monica OlveraNorthwestern UniversityTemplate-free Synthesis of Nanoporous Metals
0520513Monica OlveraNorthwestern UniversityPotential Profiling of a Nanowire Transistor
0520513Monica OlveraNorthwestern UniversityIn-Plane Oriented ZnO Thin Films
0520513Monica OlveraNorthwestern UniversityX-ray Computed Microtomography of Porous Ceramics: Models for SOFC Anode Supports
0520513Monica OlveraNorthwestern UniversityScreening Plasmonic Materials using Pyramidal Gratings
0520513Monica OlveraNorthwestern UniversityScience Saturday: Reaching out to our Community
0520513Monica OlveraNorthwestern UniversityCorrelating the Structure, Optical Spectra, and Electrodynamics of Single Silver Nanocubes
0520513Monica OlveraNorthwestern UniversityEnergy Level and Dipole Trends in Self-assembled Single-molecule Electronics
0520513Monica OlveraNorthwestern UniversityIonic Crosslinking of Acrylic Triblock Copolymer Hydrogels for Enhanced Mechanical Performance
0520513Monica OlveraNorthwestern UniversityX-ray Characterization of Self-Assembled Nanoscale Dielectrics
0819860Nai Phuan OngPrinceton UniversityPrinceton Center for Complex Materials
0819860Nai Phuan OngPrinceton UniversityPrinceton Center for Complex Materials
0819860Nai Phuan OngPrinceton UniversityPrinceton Center for Complex Materials
0819860Nai Phuan OngPrinceton UniversityPrinceton Center for Complex Materials
0819860Nai Phuan OngPrinceton UniversityPrinceton Center for Complex Materials
0819860Nai Phuan OngPrinceton UniversityPrinceton Center for Complex Materials
0819860Nai Phuan OngPrinceton UniversityPrinceton Center for Complex Materials
0819860Nai Phuan OngPrinceton UniversityPrinceton Center for Complex Materials
0819860Nai Phuan OngPrinceton UniversityPrinceton Center for Complex Materials
0819860Nai Phuan OngPrinceton UniversityPrinceton Center for Complex Materials
0819860Nai Phuan OngPrinceton UniversityPrinceton Center for Complex Materials
0819860Nai Phuan OngPrinceton UniversityPrinceton Center for Complex Materials
0819860Nai Phuan OngPrinceton UniversityPrinceton Center for Complex Materials
0820414Nitin PadtureOhio State University Research Foundation Center for Emergent Materials
0820414Nitin PadtureOhio State University Research Foundation Center for Emergent Materials
0820414Nitin PadtureOhio State University Research Foundation Center for Emergent Materials
0820414Nitin PadtureOhio State University Research Foundation Center for Emergent Materials
0820414Nitin PadtureOhio State University Research Foundation Center for Emergent Materials
0820414Nitin PadtureOhio State University Research Foundation Center for Emergent Materials
0213706Richard A. RegisterPrinceton UniversityIRG2: Defect Density Limits Orientational Order in Shear-Aligned Block Copolymer Films
0213706Richard A. RegisterPrinceton UniversityIRG1: Phase Transition of Dirac Electrons in Bismuth
0213706Richard A. RegisterPrinceton UniversityOutreach: MRSEC Education Directors Network Meeting Hosted by PCCM
0213706Richard A. RegisterPrinceton UniversityIRG2: Fine Print: New Technique Allows Fast Printing of Microscopic Electronics
0213706Richard A. RegisterPrinceton UniversityIRG3: Chemical Doping of Organic Molecular Films for Photovoltaic Applications
0213706Richard A. RegisterPrinceton UniversityOutreach: PUMA Students´ Minds Energized by Energy
0213706Richard A. RegisterPrinceton UniversitySeed and International: Quantum Memory Preserves Coherence for over 1 Second in Silicon
0213706Richard A. RegisterPrinceton UniversityIRG3 and Industrial: Adhesion and Interfacial Fracture in Soft and Hard Materials
0213706Richard A. RegisterPrinceton UniversityIRG1 and International: Nanoscale Imaging Shows Link between Attractive and Repulsive Forces in Copper-Oxide Superconductors
0213706Richard A. RegisterPrinceton UniversitySeed: 3D Topological Dirac Insulator with a "Quantum Spin Hall Phase"
0520471Janice Reutt-RobeyUniversity of Maryland College ParkMRSEC: The University of Maryland Materials Research Science and Engineering Center
0520471Janice Reutt-RobeyUniversity of Maryland College ParkMRSEC: The University of Maryland Materials Research Science and Engineering Center
0520471Janice Reutt-RobeyUniversity of Maryland College ParkMRSEC: The University of Maryland Materials Research Science and Engineering Center
0520471Janice Reutt-RobeyUniversity of Maryland College ParkMRSEC: The University of Maryland Materials Research Science and Engineering Center
0520471Janice Reutt-RobeyUniversity of Maryland College ParkMRSEC: The University of Maryland Materials Research Science and Engineering Center
0520471Janice Reutt-RobeyUniversity of Maryland College ParkMRSEC: The University of Maryland Materials Research Science and Engineering Center
0520425Gregory S. RohrerCarnegie-Mellon UniversityChicago-Chile team probes molecular wrinkling/folding
0520425Gregory S. RohrerCarnegie-Mellon UniversityExpanding Materials Education in High Schools
0520425Gregory S. RohrerCarnegie-Mellon UniversityGrain Boundary Lifetimes
0520425Gregory S. RohrerCarnegie-Mellon UniversityPREM collaboration yields scientific and educational results
0520425Gregory S. RohrerCarnegie-Mellon UniversityGrain Boundaries in Block Copolymers
0819762Michael F. RubnerMassachusetts Institute of TechnologyFundamental MIT MRSEC research enables life-saving technology
0819762Michael F. RubnerMassachusetts Institute of TechnologyNew technique reveals nanoscale variations in "bulk" material properties
0819762Michael F. RubnerMassachusetts Institute of TechnologyCommunity College Program at MIT MRSEC prepares students for science careers
0819762Michael F. RubnerMassachusetts Institute of TechnologyA new process for creating in-fiber semiconductor filament arrays
0819762Michael F. RubnerMassachusetts Institute of TechnologyLiving cells fitted with "nano-backpacks" may ferry drugs to disease sites
0819762Michael F. RubnerMassachusetts Institute of TechnologyMagnetically-responsive stiffness of carbon nanotube arrays
0819762Michael F. RubnerMassachusetts Institute of TechnologyBattery material could lead to ultra-fast recharging of many devices
0819762Michael F. RubnerMassachusetts Institute of TechnologyMRSEC-supported research leads to an electrifying start-up
0520567Mehmet SarikayaUniversity of WashingtonEducational, Outreach, & Partnerships at GEMSEC
0520567Mehmet SarikayaUniversity of WashingtonAdsorption, Diffusion, And Supramolecular Assembly of Genetically Engineered Gold Binding Peptides on Au(111)
0520567Mehmet SarikayaUniversity of WashingtonComputational Design of "Bi-Functional GEPIs as Molecular Tools for Nano- and Bionanotechnology"
0520567Mehmet SarikayaUniversity of WashingtonInternational Activities & Partnerships
0520567Mehmet SarikayaUniversity of WashingtonHybrid Nanoparticle-GEPI-Antibody Modular Molecular System for Targeting and Probing Cancer
0520567Mehmet SarikayaUniversity of WashingtonGEPI-Assisted Co-Assembly of Functional Nanostructures
0520567Mehmet SarikayaUniversity of WashingtonMolecular Biomimetics - Synthesis, Assembly and Fabrication of Molecular Materials for Technology and Medicine Using Genetically Engineered Solid-Binding Peptides
0820518P. Craig TaylorColorado School of MinesRenewable Energy Materials Research Science and Engineering Center
0820518P. Craig TaylorColorado School of MinesRenewable Energy Materials Research Science and Engineering Center
0820518P. Craig TaylorColorado School of MinesRenewable Energy Materials Research Science and Engineering Center
0820518P. Craig TaylorColorado School of MinesRenewable Energy Materials Research Science and Engineering Center
0820518P. Craig TaylorColorado School of MinesRenewable Energy Materials Research Science and Engineering Center
0820518P. Craig TaylorColorado School of MinesRenewable Energy Materials Research Science and Engineering Center
0820518P. Craig TaylorColorado School of MinesRenewable Energy Materials Research Science and Engineering Center
0820518P. Craig TaylorColorado School of MinesRenewable Energy Materials Research Science and Engineering Center
0213808Evgeny Y. TsymbalUniversity of Nebraska-LincolnLessons and Activities for Science Teachers
0820521Evgeny Y. TsymbalUniversity of Nebraska-LincolnElectrically Controlled Surface Magnetism
0820521Evgeny Y. TsymbalUniversity of Nebraska-LincolnHow Strong is It?
0820521Evgeny Y. TsymbalUniversity of Nebraska-LincolnMagnetic Doping of Golden-Cage Clusters
0820521Evgeny Y. TsymbalUniversity of Nebraska-LincolnSculptured Cobalt Nanomagnets
0820521Evgeny Y. TsymbalUniversity of Nebraska-LincolnStripes are Stars! Pt Helps Fe to Stay Magnetized
0520495John C. TullyYale UniversityA tale of two oxide interfaces
0520495John C. TullyYale UniversityAmorphous Photonic Nanostructures
0520495John C. TullyYale UniversityThe MRSEC Initiative for STEM Education (MISE)
0520495John C. TullyYale UniversityThe CRISP/OWC "Seeing is Believing" Initiative
0520495John C. TullyYale UniversityRole of Strontium in Oxide Epitaxy on Silicon
0520495John C. TullyYale UniversitySrTiO3/Si Polarization and Interface Structure
0213883Marek W. UrbanUniversity of Southern MississippiSelf-Repairable Polyurethane Networks
0820341Michael WardNew York University"Granocentric" view of Random Packing
0820341Michael WardNew York University"Granocentric" view of Random Packing
0820341Michael WardNew York UniversityDense Packings of Platonic and Archimedean Solids
0820484David A. WeitzHarvard UniversityCombinatorial Nano-Calorimetry on Ti-Ni-Zr
0820484David A. WeitzHarvard UniversityNew Ordered Hierarchical Helical Assemblies
0820484David A. WeitzHarvard UniversityNew Paradigm for Shared Experimental Facilities
0820484David A. WeitzHarvard UniversitySoft Electrostatic Patches
0520020ArjunG. YodhUniversity of PennsylvaniaGeometric Frustration in Buckled Colloidal Monolayers
0520020ArjunG. YodhUniversity of PennsylvaniaHow Does Actin Polymerization Drive Cell Motility?
0520020ArjunG. YodhUniversity of PennsylvaniaMolecular Structure of Helical Supramolecular Dendrimers
0520020ArjunG. YodhUniversity of PennsylvaniaFerritin-Polymersome Interactions: Laser-Mediated Vesicular Budding
0520020ArjunG. YodhUniversity of PennsylvaniaHuman H Ferritin Assembly
0520020ArjunG. YodhUniversity of PennsylvaniaPhotoluminescene and Band Gap Modulation in Graphene Oxide
0520020ArjunG. YodhUniversity of PennsylvaniaMaterials Science Course at Central High School (CHS)

 

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