New study proposes using TENGs having an inertial mass on their surface as self-powered seismic detectors (SEIS-TENGs) for earthquake monitoring.
Researchers discussed different wet chemical synthesis techniques for ferrimagnetic nanoparticle creation and their impact on the surface shape and magnetic characteristics.
A versatile strategy to prepare various metal carbides for their integration into TRPS to restrain the thermal runaway when used in batteries is proposed.
The creation of cost-effective electrocatalytic nanostructures for effective oxygen reducing reaction (ORR) and oxygen evolution reaction (OER) via functional and morphology control is a significant obstacle for prospective power storage applications.
New research integrated silver nanowires with the eco-friendly and cytoprotective biomaterial propolis to create highly stable, flexible transparent electrodes.
A new study discussed the fabrication of nano halloysite nanotube-based high-performance poly (vinyl alcohol) composite separators to enhance the safety and electrochemical performance in lithium metal batteries.
Flexible implanted electronics are a step closer toward clinical applications thanks to a recent breakthrough technology developed by a research team from Griffith University and UNSW Sydney.
The cycle performance of all solid-state lithium-ion batteries was improved using nanoporous silicon nanoparticles in a new study.
A self-healable, fatigue-free hybrid ionic skin was engineered, mimicking human skin with a repairable interwoven structure based on nanofibers.
The production of a remarkably conductive silver/carbon quantum dots/graphene (Ag/CQD/G) nanocomposite for manufacturing water-based conductive ink is revealed in new research.