Article - 14 Feb 2011
Over the past several decades there has been an explosive growth in research and development related to nano materials.
Article - 1 Jul 2010
The great promise of nanotubes as biosensing elements is the potential to develop systems where direct electron transfer between enzymes and electrodes is possible.
Article - 14 Nov 2007
The conductive and field emission properties of individual single and multi-walled carbon nanotubes, grown by chemical vapor and supercritical fluid deposition techniques, have been assessed using an...
Article - 23 Apr 2018
In 1991, Iijima discovered carbon nanotubes (CNTs). Since then, a new branch of knowledge in materials science has emerged – Nanoscience. In order to unveil the secrets of the innovative materials,...
Article - 8 Dec 2010
Remarkable properties of carbon nanotube assemblies (forests, sheets, yarns) are expected to lead to a variety of applications. It has recently been reported1 that freestanding multi-walled carbon...
Article - 3 Mar 2004
In the last 10 years, there has been a great increase in synthesis, characterization, and application of innovative porous materials for catalysis, separation, and sensors.
Article - 16 Jan 2020
The development of agriculture is essential due to the rapid growth in population, creating a demand for food. Sustainable growth of the agricultural system using new and innovative techniques such as...
Article - 24 Sep 2015
Existing methods fail to give all of the required data on a SWNT in one measurement so hybrid techniques are required. Raman spectroscopy combined with dynamic light scattering (DLS) provides an...
Article - 21 Jan 2014
A Carbon nanotube (CNT), their name being derived from their size and composition, is a member of the fullerene structural family that forms cylindrical carbon molecules. A CNT can be up to several...
Article - 12 Jul 2013
Hong Kong, an East Asian country, has an area of 1,104 km2. As of 2014, Hong Kong had a population of 7,264,100.