Article - 29 May 2019
By using combined x-ray diffraction and x-ray fluorescence, the performance of organic photovolatic devices doped with gold nanoparticles can be improved.
Article - 19 Feb 2015
Graphene represents an opportunity to increase the speed of electronic devices by up to a factor of 1,000. That’s a jump from gigahertz to terahertz. No wonder people are excited.
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 - 8 Dec 2003
University of Maryland physicists have found that semiconducting carbon nanotubes have the highest mobility of any known material at room temperature. Mobility is a measure of how well a semiconductor...
Article - 26 Mar 2013
Situated in the western and southwest regions of the United States, New Mexico spans a total area of 315,194 km2 and, as of 2011, has a population of 2,082,224.
Article - 21 Jun 2012
Carbon nanotubes are one of the most exciting materials available to us - but synthesizing them in industrial quantities is still a challenge.
Article - 11 Dec 2012
Situated in the west coast of the United States, California has a population of 37,691,912 as of 2011.
Article - 12 Jul 2019
This article discusses how to measure the pore volume and pore size of metal organic frameworks.
Article - 19 Jun 2017
The reliability of novel flexible opto-electronic devices relies greatly on the resilience of a thin ceramic oxide layer deposited on a polymer substrate.
Article - 24 Mar 2020
This article discusses graphene oxide and its chemical reduction (rGO).