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...
Article - 18 Dec 2017
Tribology is the science of wear, friction and lubrication which has been utilized in biomedical applications. Medical grade metals and alloys can provide internal support in the body and are...
Article - 15 Feb 2017
The PCS and KRISS teams have constructed a nanodevice in which both single and bilayer graphene sheets have been sandwiched by a thick back-gate with a diameter of approximately 20 nm and a thin...
Article - 27 Jun 2006
Much of the recent nanotechnology/nanomaterial hype has centred around carbon nanotubes, sometimes also referred to as buckytubes. This article looks at the amazing properties of this material,...
Article - 29 Nov 2005
A floating catalyst chemical vapor deposition (FC-CVD) method was designed and used to fabricate carbon nanotubes, which were used to produce nanocomposites with rubber. The effects of the nanotube...
Article - 8 Jan 2020
Graphene is a much-celebrated thin film material with numerous, diverse properties, making it suitable for a wide range of applications. Its development – as well as the continual development of...
Article - 7 Sep 2017
The structure of graphene is comprised of a single thin layered sheet of tightly packed carbon atoms arranged in the vertices of a hexagonal lattice resembling honey comb.
Article - 22 Aug 2017
Considered to be a material that is approximately 200 times stronger than steel while also remaining one of the lightest materials on earth, graphene is a two-dimensional hexagonal allotrope of...
Article - 18 Jun 2013
Bulgaria, a Southeast European country located between Romania and Turkey, covers an area of 110,879 km2. As of 2014, its population is 7,226,291.
Article - 4 May 2013
Aluminum and zinc alkyls are the most popular metal alkyl compounds used in CVD process.