Article - 4 Dec 2006
The structure of the red oxygen å-phase formed under pressures above 10 GPa has been determined including the discovery of an O8 cluster, which is a new conformation of oxygen following ozone.
Article - 20 Jan 2006
Since prehistory man has been aware of the importance of particle size in producing resources and wares with desired properties. Today, finely divided particulate materials are incorporated in objects...
Article - 12 Apr 2005
Space life support systems can benefit from using nanotechnology processes and nanomaterials. Sensors, electronic noses, gas sensors, sensor arrays and chemometric pattern recognition are all...
Article - 5 Apr 2005
Preparing metal nanoparticles by ultrasound offers gains such as rapid reaction rate and small particle formation. Also studied here is how atmospheric gases affect the size distribution of platinum...
Article - 17 Aug 2005
Spectrofluorometers can be used to measure the properties and structure of nanomaterials such as single-walled carbon nanotubes (SWCNs) and quantum dots. Fluorescence, processing methods,...
Article - 16 Aug 2005
Characterisation tools, such as spectrofluorometers, can be used to record the emission, diameter and properties of single-wall carbon nanotubes (SWNTs). This article describes the experimental...
Article - 12 Dec 2006
The effects of substrate polarisation in a nitrided 316L stainless steel have been investigated in an attempt to correlate processing parameters with surface mechanical properties. Nanoindentation...
Article - 8 May 2013
Oregon is quite active in the field of nanotechnology. Government lead initiatives are helping to push the case. If these initiatives continue, there is no reason that nano-related activity should...
Article - 19 Jun 2017
Diamond is the hardest of all single-phase materials with hardness values approximately 100 GPa, depending on the crystalline direction. The hardness values for polycrystalline diamond (PCD) films...
Article - 7 Apr 2015
In this interview, Michael Zapata III, Executive Chairman at Protochips Inc, talks to AZoNano.com about the next generation of in situ electron microscopy.