The use of nanoparticles and the attention to regulatory provisions for nanomaterials induce a large interest for nanoparticle size characterization.
In order for it to be used in biosensor applications graphene must be modified to be blood compatible. Research in this area is currently taking place.
Researchers from Rice and Swansea universities have discovered a method to eliminate contaminants from nanotubes to increase their application.
By organizing silver nanoparticles on nanowires in specific arrangements, molecular detection of Raman spectroscopy at low concentrations has been enhanced.
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By Saransh Wales Maurya
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Applications of Quantum Dots in Displays
From Avantama AG
The Limits of Precision Engineering and Optics – How to Characterize Them
From Zygo Corporation
Surface Topography Influences Scratch Resistance
From Nanomechanics, Inc.
Individual Impurity Atoms Successfully Detected in Graphene
Researchers Create Strong, Lightweight Graphite Pellets Using Mechano-Chemical Process
Non-Toxic, Anti-Static Hair Dye Formula with Graphene
Innovative Strategies for Nanoscale Customization of Properties of Light
Innovative Methodology of Using Water Microdroplets to Produce Gold Nanoparticles
New Nanoscale Transistor May Pave Way for High-Performance Wearable Smart Tech
Self-Assembling 2D Molecular Nanosheets Expand upon Exposure to Light
Innovative Thin-Film Device for Converting Electronics' Waste Heat into Energy
Binding MoU with SupremeSAT for Provision of Graphene in Miniature Satellites
From First Graphene Ltd
In this interview Brian O'Connor speaks to AZoNano about how piezo controller design influences thermal stability.
Prof. Antje J. Baeumner
Novel Nanomaterials for improved food safety.
VSPARTICLE have developed a new instrument that uses spark ablation to produce particular nanoparticles, of a set size distribution, all in one afternoon.
The new low-frequency negative-stiffness isolator, the LC-4 in the Minus K series, is highly compact. There are two options to choose from, one, a low horizontal frequency performance of 1.5 Hz and two, a ultra low horizontal frequency performance of 0.5 Hz. Our signature 0.5 Hz natural frequency in the vertical direction are offered for both options.
The Cleaving Station contains a 12x18” self-healing cutting mat, two diamond scribes to use for marking and scribing, one pen style diamond scribe and pliers for cleaving. It also includes all items in the Wafer Cleaving Kit (CSK-200M-LG).
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