Article - 29 Nov 2009
Graphene is the newest member in the family of carbon allotropes. Although isolated graphene was reported for the first time only in 2004, the progress it made over these years is enormous, and it...
Article - 10 May 2010
Transparent and conducting electrodes are needed for applications in solar cells and energy conversion platform like water splitting. To date, there are not many types of transparent and conducting...
Article - 10 Jul 2011
Despite graphenes impressive list of promising prospects, it does not have a band-gap, once it is conducting it cannot be switched-off. .
Article - 20 Apr 2011
The arrangement of carbon atoms differentiates a pencil lead from a pricey diamond.
Article - 19 Apr 2011
Low-dimensional allotropes of carbon (including two-dimensional graphene and one-dimensional carbon nanotubes and graphene nanoribbons), collectively known as carbon nanomaterials, have extraordinary...
Article - 17 Nov 2010
Graphene is a single atomic sheet of carbon atoms in the arrangement found in graphite. The ORION® PLUS makes it possible both to image and machine graphene in one seamless operation.
Article - 12 Jun 2010
Combination of Atomic Force Microscopy (AFM), Raman / Fluorescence / Rayleigh microscopy and Scanning Near-Field Optical Microscopy (SNOM) provides unique opportunities for Graphene investigation.
Article - 29 Apr 2010
Helium ion microscopy (HIM) offers the ability to carry out both high precision ion machining and sub-nanometer resolution imaging with high surface sensitivity in order to inspect patterns created in...
Article - 5 Sep 2008
The interest in graphene is continuously rising among science communities.
Article - 6 Oct 2005
Using CASTEP from Accelrys, researchers have been able to gain a better understanding of how doping with nitrogen impurities affects the semiconducting properties of carbon nanotubes. It has also...