In an article published, the electrical and optical responses of twinned pentagonal AgNWs and NW networks were computationally estimated to illustrate the advantages and limits of such an approach.
New research demonstrates the feasibility of using novel lead-free perovskite nanocrystals for optoelectronic applications.
With the advantages of ultra-high transmission speed, minimal latency, and anti-electromagnetic crosstalk, photonic integrated circuits (PICs) are predicted to overcome the bottleneck problems of microelectronic chips in terms of speed, power consumption, and integration density.
A recently published paper demonstrated an effective method to realize on-chip nanophotonic topological rainbow devices using the concept of synthetic dimensions.
A novel technique to fabricate perovskite-based light-emitting diodes using quantum confinement is presented in a new study
It was discovered that solvent reactiveness might influence the emitting characteristics of compounds generated via a one-pot solvothermal process.
An efficient, reliable, and reproducible technique to design and manufacture a seven-core fiber (SVF) for utilization in high-performance, integrated optical and optical-based electronic systems/device is created.
To imitate the photonic reaction of squid skin, researchers sequenced, recombinantly produced, and self-assembled reflective proteins from a cephalopod into spherical nanoparticles by combining reflectin B1 with a click chemistry ligand.
A novel approach for laser-driven bubble printing using Gold (Au) and Silver (Ag) to build strong nanostructures is presented in a study published in The Journal of Physical Chemistry.
A novel approach for merging two or more materials to form hybrid materials with artificially tunable properties has been presented in a study published in the journal ACS Applied Nano Materials.