Does a sieve with more pores permit more liquid to flow through? According to material scientists, with regard to their recent discovery, this apparently simple question might have a surprising answer at the nanoscale.
A nanofluid based on organic material derived from bio-origin resources was developed with enhanced physical properties.
The creation of palladium (Pd) and silver (Au) nanoplate-containing nanofluids for volumetric absorption of intense solar radiation in concentrating solar power (CSP) plants with parabolic-trough collectors (PTC) is the topic of a new study.
Researchers attempt to highlight adequate dispersion methods for producing a stable graphene-based nanolubricant suspension.
Multifunctional sweat sensors with novel sensing methods have the potential to revolutionize non-invasive medical diagnosis and healthcare management.
A new study discusses an analytical pretreatment method based on a nanofluidic device to downsize the chemical unit operations to the range of femtoliter to picolitre volume in mass spectrometry.
An efficient nanosheet-laminated photocatalytic membrane with high water permeance and photocatalytic activity has been successfully created by an international team of researchers under the direction of Kobe University academics.
A new study describes the potential of employing radiolysis to design durable, efficacious nanofluids with improved heat conduction for the first time.
A nanofiber strengthening technique is suggested to overcome these two major problems with nanofiber-reinforced clay-based 2D nanofluidics to achieve extremely effective results for osmotic energy applications.
Detailed knowledge of nature’s smallest biological building elements—biomolecules—is essential to generating new medications and vaccinations. Researchers at the Chalmers University of Technology in Sweden have developed a revolutionary microscopy approach that allows proteins, DNA, and other small biological particles to be investigated in their natural conditions in an entirely new way.