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Acoustic metamaterials

Living bandgaps

Nature Materials volume 16, pages 786787 (2017) | Download Citation

Sound waves drive the organization of particle scatterers into stable structures, exhibiting phononic band gaps that heal from disturbances and adapt to changes in the drive.

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  1. Kyle J. M. Bishop is in the Department of Chemical Engineering at Columbia University, New York, New York 10027, USA

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