A recent study published in the journal Nature Communications addresses this problem by constructing highly aligned graphene oxide nanochannels for sustainable energy production using a freeze-casting process.
PNRs are ribbon-like strands of the 2D material phosphorous which, like graphene, are composed of layers of atoms that are only single-atom thick.
A recent study published in the journal Scientific Reports addresses this problem by proposing a sustainable and eco-friendly gas phase approach for synthesizing gold/cobalt (Au/Co) binary nanoparticles using continuous spark discharge plasmas.
Researchers at RIKEN have successfully smuggled genetic material into the plant cells that produce energy, which makes it possible to induce plants to produce compounds that are beneficial for the industry.
Perovskite-on-silicon tandem photovoltaic cells have the potential to outperform standard silicon (Si)-based photovoltaic cells in terms of power conversion efficiency (PCE).
Australian researchers have engineered a quantum box for polaritons in a two-dimensional material, achieving large polariton densities and a partially ‘coherent’ quantum state.
Of all the known substances, hydrogen is said to possess the highest energy density of 120 MJ/kg, which is around three times more than gasoline or diesel, meaning it could have a pivotal role to play in sustainable energy platforms.
A recent study published in The Journal of Physical Chemistry C focuses on this issue by preparing porous nickel oxide nanosheets decorated with nickel sub-sulfide quantum dots on nickel foam (NiO/Ni3S2/NF) for green hydrogen synthesis.
A recent study published in the journal ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces proposes a simple strategy for the fabrication of mesoporous graphene with applications in high-performance energy storage systems such as electric double-layer supercapacitors (EDLCs).
A review article published in Advanced Functional Materials systematically reviewed the latest research on rechargeable battery-based 1D nanostructures.