Nanotechnology today is growing very rapidly and has infinite applications in
almost everything we do. The medicine we take, food we eat, chemicals we use,
car we drive and much much...
Article - 25 Jul 2005
Semiconducting oxide nanobelts (or nanoribbons) have unique properties which make them very appealing to manufacturers of sensors, transistors and other electronic devices.
Industry uses for...
Article - 20 Jan 2005
This case study compares dynamic light scattering to other methods such as transmission electron microscopy and x-ray diffraction for the determination of particle size for Cadmium Selenide...
News - 17 Jul 2015
The Sun can be a better chemist, thanks to zinc oxide nanorod arrays grown on a graphene substrate and "decorated" with dots of cadmium sulphide. In the presence of solar radiation, this...
Article - 19 Dec 2006
Can nanotechnology overcome the cost burdens of solar cells and come up with a clean, green, highly efficient renewable electricity souce.
Article - 17 Aug 2005
Spectrofluorometers and spectrophotometers can be used to measure the properties and behavior of quantum dots.
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...
News - 20 Aug 2009
That palm tree magnet commemorating your last vacation is programmed for a simple function - to stick to your refrigerator. Similarly, semiconductors are programmed to convey bits of information small...
News - 9 Jan 2008
In the race to make solar cells cheaper and more efficient, many researchers and start-up companies are betting on new designs that exploit nanostructures--materials engineered on the scale of a...
News - 29 Mar 2012
A research team led by Allen Apblett from the Oklahoma State University in Stillwater has delivered a presentation on the development of a capsule containing metal-oxide nanoparticles at the American...