The industrial applications of graphene are as numerous as they are promising in fields as varied as healthcare and aerospace. However, they are limited by the difficulty to properly characterize graphene. In this article, KLA describes how spectroscopic reflectometry can be used to characterize it more accurately.
The method of fabricating structures and devices at the nanoscale, known as nanofabrication, has resulted in major developments in several fields, such as electronics, medicine, and materials science.
By Usman Ahmed
2 Jun 2023
Nanodiamonds are a unique material with properties that make them highly suitable for a range of applications, including in the aerospace and satellite industries.
By Hussain Ahmed
1 Jun 2023
Many types of ammonia (NH3) sensors have been developed to monitor and detect NH3. This article focuses on how nanomaterials are used to detect NH3 in agriculture.
By Dr. Priyom Bose
1 Jun 2023
In this article, nanowire thin films (NTFs) and the feasibility of their application for ultra-sensitive chemical detection are discussed.
By Samudrapom Dam
31 May 2023