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  • Article - 27 Mar 2013
    Due to its rarity and high price, lutetium has limited commercial uses. However, it is used in catalysis, and as a dopant or in compounds for specialist semiconductor materials.
  • Article - 27 Mar 2013
    Holmium is a rare earth element that possesses the highest magnetic moment of any naturally occurring element.
  • Article - 26 Mar 2013
    Research is being carried out for the use of dysprosium nanoparticles in advanced optical applications.
  • Article - 21 Mar 2013
    Bioactive materials are used to interact with or have an effect on tissue in the human body. Nanocomposites are a natural choice when designing bioactive materials, as many biological structures and...
  • Article - 13 Mar 2013
    Situated in the Midwestern region of the United States, South Dakota spans a total area of 199,905 km2. As per 2011 data, the state had a population of 824,082.
  • Article - 19 Feb 2013
    Since the passing of its General Corporation Act in 1899, it has steadily grown as a key industrial state. As of 2012, well over half of all Fortune 500 companies are incorporated in Delaware.
  • Article - 21 Dec 2012
    Polymer nanocomposites comprise a polymer or copolymer with nanofillers or nanoparticles dispersed in the polymer matrix. Carbon nanotubes in this context can provide useful electronic properties,...
  • Article - 22 Aug 2012
    Nanomaterials in catalysis are offering a whole new array of parameters which scientists can tweak to try and find the perfect catalyst.
  • Article - 3 Aug 2012
    In this interview, Dr Elena Polyakova from Graphene Laboratories talks to AZoNano about the challenges of manufacturing graphene on a large scale, and the opportunities for commercial applications of...
  • Article - 22 Jun 2012
    Nanotechnology promises to benefit many different aspects of industry. The automotive industry is certainly no exception. Nano-enhanced materials are already beginning to improve the performance and...