Article - 14 Nov 2007
A new promising material is molybdenum-sulfur-iodine nanowires. This article is a brief overview of atomic and electronic structure of molybdenum-sulfur-iodine molecular nanowires.
Article - 11 Aug 2010
Research on semiconductor nanowires has grown exponentially over the last decade, with much attention focusing on their synthesis, fundamental properties, and potential applications.
Article - 27 Apr 2005
Various methods are used to synthesize silicon nanowires, including Chemical Vapor Deposition (CVD), Plasma Enhanced CVD (PECVD), Laser-Ablation and Evaporation. Scientists are also using Low Pressure...
Article - 20 Nov 2003
Engineers at the University of California, Berkeley, have found an innovative way to grow silicon nanowires and carbon nanotubes directly on microstructures at room temperature. Posted June 23 2003
Article - 8 Nov 2006
Just as the key building block to life on earth is the carbon atom, carbon is the key to one of the most promising branches of nanotechnology. Much of the current research and commercialisation of...
Article - 25 Jul 2005
Semiconducting oxide nanobelts (or nanoribbons) have unique properties which make them very appealing to manufacturers of sensors, transistors and other electronic devices.
Industry uses for...
Article - 24 Nov 2004
Researchers at NIST have succeeded in growing single crystal semiconducting zinc oxide nanowires on sapphire substrates using gold particles as anchors. They were able to control the orientation of...
Article - 10 May 2004
Chris Kiely, director of the new Nanocharacterization Laboratory in Lehigh University’s Center for Advanced Materials and Nanotechnology has revealed that when created in minute amounts gold has a...
Article - 30 Mar 2004
Charles Lieber and colleagues at Harvard University in collaboration with Nanosys Inc are creating single-crystal nanowires from just about any semiconducting material. When combined in arrays and...
Article - 26 Feb 2004
OHSU researchers at the OGI School of Science & Engineering have come up with a new way to make silicon nanowires by growing them on electrodes for transistors. Posted February 23 2004