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 - 9 Mar 2005
Due to their unique properties, carbon nanotubes can be used for many space industry applications, such as sensors, thermal control, spacecraft, electronics and biomedicine. Also looked at here are...
Article - 10 Feb 2005
This article looks at the manufacturing process for carbon nanotubes and also considers their composition, classification and properties. Also discussed are commercial applications for nanotubes,...
Article - 30 Sep 2004
Carbon Nanotechnologies has just been granted another U.S. Patent, this one for coated single-wall carbon nanotubes and ropes of single-wall carbon nanotubes. These nanoscale coatings may be polymeric...
Article - 11 Aug 2015
As nanotechnology continues to advance in almost every scientific field, its application in industry has been particularly valuable through the growing use of nanocomposites. A nanocomposite can be a...
Article - 5 Dec 2012
Nanocellulose is a light solid substance obtained from plant matter and comprises nanosized cellulose fibrils. This new material is a pseudo-plastic and possesses the property of specific kinds of...
Article - 12 Apr 2011
The light weight lithium ion batteries with their high energy density have become an integral part of almost all consumer electronic devices. They have much more potential and the PeakForce TUNA AFM...
Article - 22 Sep 2003
Pure buckytube materials have mechanical, electrical, and thermal properties that allow a wide range of applications; including additives for plastics.
Article - 8 Aug 2016
2D materials have received a lot of attention in the press as wonder materials with their plethora of amazing properties. But how feasible is translating these wonderful properties into wonderful...
Article - 18 Jul 2013
Researchers from the University of Michigan have discovered that gold nanoparticles embedded in a polymer maintain their conductivity when the material is stretched - even up to twice the original...