1

Generalized Gradient Approximation Made Simple.

1996

99.29

2

Atomic force microscope.

1986

32.69

3

Epidemic spreading in scalefree networks.

2001

18.02

4

Raman spectrum of graphene and graphene layers.

2006

16.04

5

Assortative mixing in networks.

2002

15.39

6

Atomically thin MoS₂: a new directgap semiconductor.

2010

12.68

7

Novel type of phase transition in a system of selfdriven particles.

1995

11.97

8

Selforganized criticality: An explanation of the 1/f noise.

1987

11.83

9

Negative refraction makes a perfect lens

2000

11.50

10

Efficient behavior of smallworld networks.

2001

11.16

11

Entropydriven tension and bending elasticity in condensedfluid membranes.

1990

10.01

12

Large Amplitude Elastic Motions in Proteins from a SingleParameter, Atomic Analysis.

1996

9.75

13

Resilience of the internet to random breakdowns

2000

8.00

14

Energy bandgap engineering of graphene nanoribbons.

2007

7.89

15

Network robustness and fragility: percolation on random graphs.

2000

7.55

16

Teleporting an unknown quantum state via dual classical and EinsteinPodolskyRosen channels.

1993

7.55

17

Inhibited spontaneous emission in solidstate physics and electronics.

1987

7.30

18

Composite medium with simultaneously negative permeability and permittivity

2000

7.22

19

Observation of beambeam deflections at the interaction point of the SLAC Linear Collider.

1989

7.15

20

Superconducting proximity effect and majorana fermions at the surface of a topological insulator.

2008

7.14

21

Unified approach for molecular dynamics and densityfunctional theory.

1985

7.13

22

Optimized Monte Carlo data analysis.

1989

7.03

23

Structure of growing networks with preferential linking.

2000

7.02

24

Multiscale entropy analysis of complex physiologic time series.

2002

6.94

25

Quantum spin Hall effect in graphene.

2005

6.94

26

Z2 topological order and the quantum spin Hall effect.

2005

6.91

27

Quantum cryptography based on Bell's theorem.

1991

6.79

28

Giant magnetoresistance in heterogeneous CuCo alloys.

1992

6.74

29

Topological insulators in three dimensions.

2007

6.61

30

Scaling the microrheology of living cells.

2001

6.32

31

Scalefree brain functional networks.

2005

6.27

32

Synchronization in chaotic systems.

1990

6.22

33

Shortrange spectroscopic ruler based on a singlemolecule optical switch.

2005

6.08

34

Dynamical and correlation properties of the internet.

2001

6.05

35

Maximal violation of the CollinsGisinLindenMassarPopescu inequality for infinite dimensional states.

2008

6.03

36

Breakdown of the internet under intentional attack.

2001

6.00

37

Dynamic nuclear polarization with a cyclotron resonance maser at 5 T.

1993

5.89

38

Scalefree networks provide a unifying framework for the emergence of cooperation.

2005

5.88

39

Total topquark pairproduction cross section at hadron colliders through O(αS(4)).

2013

5.84

40

Measuring information transfer

2000

5.82

41

Giant magnetoresistance of (001)Fe/(001)Cr magnetic superlattices.

1988

5.78

42

Voltagedriven DNA translocations through a nanopore.

2001

5.67

43

Strong localization of photons in certain disordered dielectric superlattices.

1987

5.66

44

Universal behavior of load distribution in scalefree networks.

2001

5.64

45

Observation of Gravitational Waves from a Binary Black Hole Merger.

2016

5.62

46

Coupled spin and valley physics in monolayers of MoS2 and other groupVI dichalcogenides.

2012

5.60

47

Enhancement and quenching of singlemolecule fluorescence.

2006

5.42

48

Restoring the densitygradient expansion for exchange in solids and surfaces.

2008

5.28

49

Connectivity of growing random networks.

2000

5.25

50

Superconductivity at 38 K in the iron arsenide (Ba1xKx)Fe2As2.

2008

5.19
