A new study shows how electrical impedance tomography (EIT) might be used for 2D materials and emphasized the importance of machine learning in both the numerical and computational components of electrical impedance tomography.
A new study focuses on the production of carbon-coated iron oxide (Fe3O4) nanoparticles anchored on titanium carbide (Ti3C2) nanosheets for improved lithium (Li) storage in Li-ion batteries.
Computers, tablets, pen drives, and many other electronic devices have non-volatile memory, which can keep data even after the power cut.
A new study discusses a paradigm shift in the synthesis of MXene through microwave-assisted rapid MAX phase etching and delamination.
Authors describe current research on the manufacturing processes and performance of MXene-based photocatalysts for pollutant degradation and solar energy harvesting applications.
A new paper hopes to address the degradation of MXenes and presents an innovative technique to improve the chemical-based stability of the MXene in aqueous colloidal solutions.
Highly hydrophobic silk-based nanoscale composites were developed using plasma treatment and showed promise in cleaning oily water.
Comprehensive insights into the production of important bioactive compounds via the “algal nanobionics” approach is given in a new review, which focuses on the role of carbon nanomaterials for efficient algal growth.
In new research, a liquid-solid TENG, driven by waves, was created to provide a self-powered detection platform for tracking maritime environmental conditions.
Researchers reported heteroepitaxially grown polycrystalline graphene monolayer with patterned gradient grain boundary (GB) density to aid the development of single atomic layer nanoscience, integrated photonics, and optoelectronics.