A research team working at the Department of Energy’s Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (Berkeley Lab) and the Hebrew University of Jerusalem in Israel confirmed with a unique infrared probe that jagged surfaces and defects found at the edges of nanosized platinum and gold particles are significant hot spots for chemical reactivity.
Self-assembled monolayers (SAMs) consist of organic functional groups that spontaneously coordinate to the nanoparticle surface and form a coating layer. By varying the properties of the coordinating organic molecules researchers are able to tweak the surface properties of nanoparticles.
This webinar will provide details about the new generation of e-Flash EBSD detectors and the application fields they cover.
In this webinar, you will learn more about the Advanced Mineral Identification and Characterization System (AMICS) which is the latest software package for automated identification and quantification of minerals and synthetic phases.
Pushing the Boundaries of TEM Research with the Poseidon Select
By Mychealla Rice
Nanoparticle Analysis – Rapidly Determining the Area of Nucleated Nanoparticles
Automatic and Rapid Particle and Pore Quantification Using SPIP Software
From Image Metrology A/S
Characterizing the Surface of Nano-Fillers and Nano-Cellulose Fibers
From Surface Measurement Systems Limited
Developing Graphene Oxide Membranes for the Purification of Water and Green Fuels
By Jake Wilkinson
Creating a Combined SPM/ ToF-SIMS System for Advanced Surface and Subsurface Measurements at the Nanoscale
NanoPack to Create Nano-Based Antimicrobial Packaging to Prolong Food Shelf Life
Microbiologists Help Advance Development of 'Green' Electronics Using Microbial Nanowires
Researchers Enhance Characterization of Ultrathin Semiconductors
Graphene Composite Watch Launched in Geneva, Switzerland
Exposure to Nanoparticles can Activate Dormant Viruses in Lung Tissue Cells
Capture of Real-Time, Dynamic Visualizations of Atoms Helps Build Better Batteries
New Study Discovers Self-Assembling 2D and 3D Materials from Tiny Gold Nanoclusters
Wayne State Professor Awarded NSF I-Corps Grant to Enhance Nanowire Gas Sensors
Berkeley Lab Experiments Highlight Most Active Areas of Reactions on Nanoscale Particles
Dr. Madeline J. Dukes
DR. Madeline J. Dukes, an Application Scientist from Protochips talks to AZoNano about their range of products, that are pushing the boundaries for laboratories who in the past where challenged when it came to in situ TEM tools.
Mike Davies, International Sales and Applications Engineer at Micro Materials, talks to AZoNano about the NanoTest Xtreme and the benefits it offers user when performing indentation experiments under vacuum conditions.
Dr. Yang Su
Graphene oxide membranes have been receiving attention for their extremely powerful separation abilities and the ease at which it can be modified, allowing for membrane permittivity to be fine-tuned. These membranes show the potential to be used for water purification, ‘green’ gas purification and greenhouse gas capture.
MTII/Fullam launches a unique, compact test system custom designed to fit inside scanning electron microscopes.
The Nano-impact is rapidly becoming a valuable tool in the development of coatings for longer-life in high-speed machining and for better productivity in machining hard-to-cut materials for the automotive and aerospace sectors.
Angstrom Engineering’s series of physical vapor deposition systems enables superior process and application versatility.
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