Article - 18 Jul 2014
This article discusses some of the currently used techniques in the characterization of magnetic materials.
Article - 13 Dec 2013
A material made up of tin atoms arranged in a single layer could be the world’s first electrical conductor with 100% efficiency, which would make it more conductive than graphene.
Article - 31 Aug 2013
Nanoelectronics came into use long after 1977 though Dr David K Ferry was already engaged actively in developing some of the smallest transistors of the world.
Article - 25 Jul 2013
South Korea, located in the southern part of the Korean Peninsula, covers a total area of 100,210 km2 and has a population of 50,424,000.
Article - 6 Mar 2013
In 2001, molecular nanowires millions of times tinier than a human hair were developed. Researchers discovered that nudging these tubes with a sharp tube can modify their ability to carry an electric...
Article - 23 Jul 2012
Conventional silicon-based microprocessors will eventually reach a performance limit - some say it will be very soon. Can nanotechnology provide a way to produce the computers of the future?
Article - 27 Nov 2011
The statement that a materials functionality is controlled by defects is perhaps the most recognized paradigm of materials science, solid state electrochemistry, and condensed physics alike.
Article - 16 Jun 2011
One of the scientific revolutions of the 20th century is Quantum Mechanics. It is a weird theory, extremely different from our day to day experiences, in which, for example, a particle can act as a...
Article - 18 May 2010
Exceptional advances in the control of material properties has been achieved, through careful manipulation of geometry on nano- and sub-nanometre length scales, in magnetoelectronics and...
Article - 15 Feb 2010
This article describes the characterization of Zinc Oxide Nanorod using XE-Series Atomic Force Microscope (AFM).