Article - 18 Mar 2004
Going beyond traditional electronics in the solid state, it is plausible to think that the next revolution in electronics would be molecular.
Article - 3 Mar 2004
In the last 10 years, there has been a great increase in synthesis, characterization, and application of innovative porous materials for catalysis, separation, and sensors.
Article - 8 Dec 2003
University of Maryland physicists have found that semiconducting carbon nanotubes have the highest mobility of any known material at room temperature. Mobility is a measure of how well a semiconductor...
Article - 27 Nov 2003
Researchers have designed and tested a new device for production of nanotubes. The researchers believe that it is exactly the material a transport cable can be produced of to connect the Moon and the...
Article - 21 Nov 2003
Most of the research into nanotubes, man-made tubules with diameters of a few or a few tens of nanometres, has involved their growth using carbon. However, ordered boron nitride also crystallizes in a...
Dr. Atul Tiwari, CChem. CSci, is a research faculty at the Department of Mechanical Engineering in the University of Hawaii, USA. He received his Master in Chemistry and Ph.D. in Polymer Science from...
Article - 20 Nov 2003
New process yields nanotubes small enough to migrate through cells. Posted July 22 2003
Article - 6 Nov 2003
Scientists at Motorola Labs are researching ways to improve controlling the growth of carbon nanotubes (CNTs) ino order to make transistors smaller and faster. Posted October 21 2003
Article - 23 Sep 2003
There is no other element in the periodic table bonding to itself in a drawn-out network with the robustness of the carbon-carbon bond.
Article - 22 Sep 2003
Pure buckytube materials have mechanical, electrical, and thermal properties that allow a wide range of applications; including additives for plastics.