Article - 5 Apr 2005
Research has shown that the capacitance of Ruthenium oxide-containing electrochemical capacitors can be improved by producing nanocrystalline TixFeyRuzOn powders by ball milling. The structure of the...
Article - 8 Mar 2005
Metal and ceramic matrix composites hold extreme potential for advanced applications such as aerospace. Nanostructuring could further improve material properties. The benefits of nanostructuring are...
Article - 19 Jan 2005
Many ceramics are produced from casting slips. Properties of the final product are dictated by the slip properties. These can be optimized by optimizing particle size and zeta potential. A case study...
Article - 14 Dec 2004
This article discusses a bottom-up approach to making nanotechnology products.
Article - 10 Dec 2004
There are several different methods of classification for nanomaterials. This article focuses on the categorisation of nanoparticles, fullerenes, dendrimers, nanowires, nanotubes, nanolayers and...
Article - 24 Nov 2004
Researchers at NIST have succeeded in growing single crystal semiconducting zinc oxide nanowires on sapphire substrates using gold particles as anchors. They were able to control the orientation of...
Article - 25 Jun 2004
Applied NanoWorks have released nano-sized abrasives for use in applications such as chemical mechanical polishing (CMP). They have available silica, alumina, zirconia and ceria abrasives in water...
Article - 10 May 2004
University of Florida researchers have found a way to make nanosized test tubes from carbon and silica nanotubes. The tubes could be combined with miniscule caps to hold tiny amounts of drugs, DNA or...
Article - 19 Apr 2004
Technanogy Materials Development and Nanotechnologies Inc have agreed to merge assets and combine efforts in the field of nano-aluminium enabled applications. Posted April 14 2004
Article - 2 Apr 2004
Researchers from Tomsk have invented and manufactured a device to produce a choice selection of nanoparticles – all particles are equal to the required size and inexpensive. Posted March 26 2004