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The Absolute Quantification of Ion Fluxes from Deuterium from an ECR Plasma Source

The Absolute Quantification of Ion Fluxes from Deuterium from an ECR Plasma Source

Technical processes like thin-film deposition, etching and surface modification extensively use plasma discharges. Hence, it is important to quantitatively characterize plasma sources for understanding plasma sources and technologically optimizing the process. [More]
Nanotechnology in Ireland: Market Report

Nanotechnology in Ireland: Market Report

This article reviews nanotechnology activity in Ireland. It looks at organizations, companies and universities and briefly outlines their involvement in the field. [More]
Nanotechnology in England: Market Report

Nanotechnology in England: Market Report

Favourable government funding and a strong research sector make England a hotspot for nanotechnology developments. Consequentlly, England is worth watching for both nanotech developments and commercialisation. [More]
Low Concentration Protein Lysozyme Measurements

Low Concentration Protein Lysozyme Measurements

For any DLS system, its performance is based on the sample, for instance, the upper size limit for a high-density particle may be < 1µm, but > 5µm for an emulsion because of the possibility of losing analysis accuracy when sedimentation occurs. [More]
Graphene Composites for Aerospace Applications: An Interview with Ray Gibbs

Graphene Composites for Aerospace Applications: An Interview with Ray Gibbs

Ray Gibbs, CEO at Haydale, talks to AZoNano about their graphene based composites for the aerospace industry, and the ongoing growth in this area. [More]
Reduced Graphene Oxide: Properties, Applications and Production Methods

Reduced Graphene Oxide: Properties, Applications and Production Methods

Research institutions across the globe are looking for ways to redefine the development of high-quality graphene sheets. This can be achieved by reducing graphene oxide (GO) to produce reduced graphene oxide (rGO). [More]
Graphene Additive Reduces the Wear Rate of Alumina Hip Implants

Graphene Additive Reduces the Wear Rate of Alumina Hip Implants

In a recent study, researchers from Graphenea, in collaboration with scientists from Spain and Russia, have demonstrated a method for improving the wear resistance and lowering the friction of alumina by adding graphene. [More]
The Characterisation and Standardisation of Graphene and Other 2D Materials: An Interview with Dr. Andrew Pollard

The Characterisation and Standardisation of Graphene and Other 2D Materials: An Interview with Dr. Andrew Pollard

Dr. Andrew Pollard, Graphene Research Scientist at NPL, talks to AZoNano.com about the characterisation and standardisation of graphene and other 2D materials. [More]
Nanomaterial Implications for Agricultural Productivity and Food Safety

Nanomaterial Implications for Agricultural Productivity and Food Safety

The wider use of nanomaterials has increased their release into the environment including soil, water, and air, which may lead to unintended contamination of terrestrial and aquatic ecosystems. [More]
Investigating a Commercial Future for Graphene: An Interview with Professor Andrea Ferrari

Investigating a Commercial Future for Graphene: An Interview with Professor Andrea Ferrari

Professor Andrea Ferrari, Director of the Cambridge Graphene Centre, talks to AZoNano.com about the commercial future of graphene. [More]