Article - 19 Dec 2014
There has been major interest over the last 15 years in using various forms of nanomaterials as a replacement for ITO. The ideal material would be cheap, transparent and highly conductive - a...
Article - 9 Apr 2013
This article discusses the properties and applications of indium hydroxide nanoparticles.
Article - 6 Apr 2013
This article discusses the properties and applications of indium oxide nanoparticles.
News - 12 Jul 2019
Queen Mary University of London and the graphene-device company Paragraf have been awarded £500,000 by Innovate UK to explore using graphene to replace the rare metal Indium.
News - 20 Feb 2008
Purdue University engineers have developed a new aluminum-rich alloy that produces hydrogen by splitting water and is economically competitive with conventional fuels for transportation and power...
News - 9 Jul 2008
Organic-based devices, such as organic light-emitting diodes, require a transparent conductive layer with a high work function, meaning it promotes injection of electron holes into an organic layer to...
News - 7 Jul 2009
Though the solar industry today predominately produces solar panels made from crystalline silicon, they remain relatively expensive to make. New players in the solar industry have instead been looking...
News - 28 Sep 2011
Researchers from the Duke University have been able to establish that copper nanowires could be used in solar cells and electronic devices such as i-pads, cell phones and e-readers.
News - 19 Jul 2010
Scientists at Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz (JGU) in Mainz have made a major breakthrough in their search for more efficient thin-film solar cells. Computer simulations designed to...
News - 2 Nov 2009
Danish nanophysicists have developed a new method for manufacturing the cornerstone of nanotechnology research - nanowires. The discovery has great potential for the development of nanoelectronics and...