Article - 11 Aug 2006
Carbon nanotubes can conduct electricity better than metals due to something known as ballistic transport. In addition to high electrical conductivity, electrons move between nanotube wires using...
Article - 29 Jan 2004
American Superconductor Corporation has announced a nanotechnology-based manufacturing technique that delivers an immediate 30% increase in the electric current-carrying capability of the company's...
Article - 7 Jan 2004
Engineers at Ohio State University have overcome a major barrier in the manufacture of high quality light emitting devices and solar cell materials. Posted December 2 2003
Article - 22 Aug 2007
A second generation of solar technology with either much greater conversion efficiency or lower materials cost is ready to come to the market. This technology, which includes thin films, organics,...
Article - 20 Aug 2007
Solar Roadways may hold the key to solving climate change and global warming. Solar Roadways are electric roads that produce their own electricity and would conserve fuel and reduce pollution.
Article - 2 Aug 2005
This article discusses how nanomaterials and nanoparticles are increasingly being used in fuel cells and energy storage/generation systems.
Article - 17 Jun 2004
Buckytubes have potential applications in fields such as field emitters, conductive polymers, energy storage, molecular electronics, thermal materials, structural composites, fibres and fabrics,...
Article - 25 Feb 2008
This article examines the imaging of organic compounds, both natural and synthetic examples, such as alkanes, alkane derivatives and aromates using atomic force microscopy
Article - 23 Apr 2018
There are various methods in making CNTs and fullerenes. The first time scientists have observed fullerenes was after vaporizing graphite with a short-pulse, high-powered laser. Yet, this method is...
Article - 7 Mar 2013
Arkansas, situated in the Southern United States, encompasses a total area of 137,733 km2. In 2011, Arkansas had a reported population of 2,937,979.