Since its creation in 2000, Xenocs has been dedicated to offering its customers innovative solutions for X-ray characterization of nanomaterials and nanostructures
Xenocs has over 13 years'...
Positron Systems is commercializing innovative technologies that provide new insights in the nondestructive inspection industry. The focus is on techniques that quantify changes in component...
Smoltek is devoted to develop, validate and utilize state of the art nanoscale
technologies for the semiconductor industry by enhancing performance, enabling
new functionalities and prolonging...
Optronics Design is a world leader in semiconductor structures automation design. Optronics Design produces professional nanostructure semiconductor quantum simulation software for scientists and...
Nanostructure Science and Technology has been growing explosively in the past few years, since the realization that creating new materials and devices from nanoscale buliding blocks could access new...
is your experienced and dedicated partner in X-ray diffraction metrology for
nanostructure analysis in R&D, validated quality control and process analytical
Metcomb Nanostructures' Cellular Metal is here and will revolutionize the cars of the future, aerospace, defense and a wide range of other industrial applications.
With its patented Integrated...
TRI/Princeton, founded in 1930 as the Textile Research Institute, is an independent, nonprofit organization that serves clients in industry, government, and academia throughout the United States...
Human hair is composed of three elements. To investigate the reaction of the hair surface to chemical or cosmetic treatment, a tool is needed to image the surface with high resolution. Offering easy...
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Semiconductor nanostructures have been studied extensively over the last two decades. Under proper processing conditions, the fabrication of heterogeneous junctions between different semiconductor...
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