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Licensed technologies to enable the high volume fabrication of agglomerate free semiconductor, metal and oxide nanocrystals ranging in size from 2nm to 100nm. Posted December 2 2003
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There have been significant advancements in the application of nanotechnology in various fields such as electronics, medicine, cosmetics, packaging optics, and mining. The conventional processes for...
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As one of the most effective materials of our time, technical ceramics are increasingly being utilized to replace metals, polymers and refractory materials in a number of applications.
Article - 24 Apr 2017
Researchers from Temple University and Argonne National Lab have discovered an imaging method based on combined X-ray scattering and computer simulations that turns the dream into reality.
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SPM-based LON is a powerful nanofabrication method used to develop nanodevices and nanostructures.
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Finely divided particulate materials are incorporated in objects everywhere. This article looks at how particle size is measured.
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The invention of Scanning Capacitance Microscopy (SCM) allowed engineers to probe the devices at the sub-micron scale and identify issues both during device fabrication and for failure analysis.