Article - 6 Sep 2012
Molecular recognition and molecular encapsulation are nanoscale processes that offer great potential for applications as diverse as sensors, environmental remediation and targeted drug delivery....
Article - 2 Jun 2010
Inverse gas chromatography or IGC was used to measure the surface energy of multi-walled nanotubes (MWNT) and nanoclay particles. These values were then used to predict the performance of a...
Article - 20 Sep 2012
Recent advances in nanotechnology have given rise to concerns over potential adverse environmental and health effects of nanomaterials. At the same time, nanotechnology has provided environmental...
News - 8 Oct 2010
Research and Markets has announced the addition of the "Advances in New Catalytic Materials" report to their offering.
Series: Advanced Materials Research Vol. 132
Selected, peer reviewed...
Article - 2 Jul 2010
Chemical adsorption analysis techniques provide much of the information necessary to evaluate catalyst materials in the design and production phases, as well as after a period of use.
Article - 30 Sep 2016
Accurate measurement of the surface energy values of nanofiller materials is important to ensure effective formulation, development, and characterization of nanocomposites.
Article - 26 Mar 2013
Although New Mexico was once ranked 3rd in the nation for small tech, it is doubtful that they are still ranked as high. That said, they have strengths in sensor technology as well as in aerospace,...
Article - 11 Apr 2017
SPIPTM version 6.7 enables easy and robust particle analysis in SEM and SPM images, thanks to the new and enhanced detection and splitting options.
Article - 16 Apr 2013
Diamond is one of the hardest materials in the world. It is unaffected by chemical corrosion and can tolerate radiation and compressive forces. It has higher electrical resistance and better heat...
Article - 11 Apr 2013
Nanoparticles that occur naturally such as volcanic ash, soot from forest fires or the incidental byproducts of combustion processes are physically and chemically heterogeneous and often termed as...