Article - 10 Dec 2004
There are several different methods of classification for nanomaterials. This article focuses on the categorisation of nanoparticles, fullerenes, dendrimers, nanowires, nanotubes, nanolayers and...
Article - 7 Jan 2013
In this Insights from Industry interview, John LeMoncheck, President and CEO of Cambrios, tells AZoNano's AZoNano about their novel silver nanowire material for printable touch screens.
Article - 19 Sep 2006
Nanowires are just like normal electrical wires other than the fact that they are extremely small. Nanowires can be made from a range of conducting and semiconducting materials like copper, silver,...
Article - 5 Sep 2019
Find out about the characteristics of nanowires and how to use them for 2D nanomechanical force field sensing.
Article - 27 Nov 2013
Studies on single nanowires and other nanostructures are paving the way for next-generation photonic devices such as optically and electrically pumped nanowire lasers. While the fundamentals of...
Article - 13 Jul 2017
Semiconducting nanowires have opened up the field of quantum transport, and this is largely due to their confined geometry and electrostatic tunability.
Article - 24 Dec 2012
Dr. Xiaolong Zou, Research Associate at Rice University talks to AZoNano about Sub-Nanowire Formation.
Article - 19 Nov 2003
University of California, Berkeley chemists have used silver nanowires as key elements of a sensitive explosives detector. Posted September 11 2003
Article - 15 Nov 2013
Nanowires have a number of exciting properties which are not exhibited by 3-D or bulk materials. This is due to the fact that electrons within the nanowires are quantum confined and have energy levels...
Article - 13 Dec 2010
A crystalline material such as gold undergoing a permanent change in shape when loaded mechanically is the result of crystal plasticity. The scientific inquiry for the ideal strength against plastic...