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Graphene, a two dimensional carbon allotrope is a highly versatile material and its amazing properties make it the strongest and lightest material due to its ability to conduct electricity and heat...
Article - 4 May 2013
Metal halides were the first kind of precursor used in CVD processes.
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The aerospace industry's development goals match almost exactly with the advantages of nanomaterials, so they are used more frequently and prominently.
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SSRM and SCM are both established scanning probe-based methods for two-dimensional carrier profiling.
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Many 2D materials have now been theoretically or practically explored showing odd properties which are completely different from those of the bulk '3D' material and are categorized as...
Article - 17 Jul 2017
The need for efficient solar cells is becoming vital, particularly when they are one of the cheapest and easiest ways to generate clean energy.
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The Anasys nanoIR3 AFM-IR spectrometer allows scientists to observe, image and characterize 2D materials at the nanoscale.
Article - 7 Mar 2013
Connecticut is situated in the northwestern United States and has a total area of 14,357 km2. The state’s population in 2011 was 3,580,709.
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Nanomaterials have begun to be widely used in environmental remediation, which is based on using highly reactive or absorbent nanomaterials to remove pollutants. The characteristics of these...
Article - 27 May 2008
This article looks at FAQ's about carbon nanotubes and their use in nanotechnology including how carbon nanotubes are made and their unique properties