The latest article available as a pre-proof in the journal iScience has discussed the development and properties of paper-based organic optoelectronic devices.
A group of researchers developed a comprehensive and successful way to recreate the oxidized colloidal quantum dots interface utilizing guanidinium and pseudo-halide.
Employing the capillary-driven, self-assembly technique, a group of researchers demonstrated a practical method for generating ordered arrays of nanodiamonds.
Electrospinning has been used to create completely synthetic perovskite/polymer composite nanofibrous films suitable for perovskite solar cell applications.
The introduction of peanut biodiesel mixture and CNTs impacted performance and combustion specifications compared to neat diesel.
All-solid-state batteries and silicon-based fuel cells are likely to be the future generation of EV internal battery packs with improved efficiency.
Piezo-ceramic motors directly convert electrical energy into mechanical motion. They are energy efficient and provide very fast response and virtually unlimited positional resolution.
In an article recently published in the ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces journal, a single-step phosphorization method was used to create low-crystallinity Fe2P2O7 nanoplates that were chemically attached...
A recent review covers the synthetic procedures and characteristics of MXenes, and their usage for energy storage applications, especially for semiconductors.
Researchers reported that when a platinum-plated atomic force microscope tip is pushed over a pristine doped silicon substrate, an extremely thin silicon oxide layer is formed.