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This article examines the imaging of organic compounds, both natural and synthetic examples, such as alkanes, alkane derivatives and aromates using atomic force microscopy
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The discovery of a new quantum phenomenon in nano-sized nickelate materials that urges components to act in unison could have significant benefits to energy-demanding electronics and the development...
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As materials get smaller, transforming from bulk material to nanoparticle, their properties alter. Materials at the nanoscale are frequently reported to have unique optical, electronic and/or,...
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Nitinol – pronounced night-in-all – is a nickel-titanium alloy that demonstrates a unique ability, the capacity to change its shape, dependent on the surrounding environment.
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All microscopy techniques have features that make them more suited to certain samples and analysis scenarios, and in this article, we’re going to look at the suitability of optical microscopy and...
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By using combined x-ray diffraction and x-ray fluorescence, the performance of organic photovolatic devices doped with gold nanoparticles can be improved.
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Asylum Research has two AFM families, the Cypher TM and MFP-3DTM which can evaluate 3D textural and roughness characteristics quantitatively.
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This article is a guide to graphene and other materials of the future.
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This article looks at the determination of a phase transformation route.
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As the automotive industry in particular has become drawn to the concept of integrating hydrogen energy as a fuel source, the challenges associated with successfully storing this material have greatly...