Article - 2 Nov 2012
Situated in the south-central part of the United States, Texas is the second most populated state in the country, and has an increasing population of 25.7 million.
Article - 22 Jun 2012
Nanotechnology promises to benefit many different aspects of industry. The automotive industry is certainly no exception. Nano-enhanced materials are already beginning to improve the performance and...
Article - 15 Jun 2012
Bruker's AcuityXR Surface Profiler has been designed in such a way that it can significantly enhance the lateral resolution for a broad class of measurements including metrology of narrow linewidths.
Article - 17 May 2012
The interest in thin polymer films is increasing in the biological sciences and semiconductor packaging, as well as their popular application as packaging materials.
Article - 17 Jul 2011
The existing tools available to perform infrared spectroscopy and microscopy at the nanometer scale are limited considering all the different near-field microscopes.
Article - 17 Jan 2010
This review will focus on carbon nanotubes attached on larger graphitic solids, which can range from simple flat graphite to complex cellular foams having open-interconnected porosity.
Article - 20 Dec 2009
Organic solar cells or organic photovoltaics (OPV) based on conjugated polymers have attracted attention over the past decades because they may provide a cost-effective route to wide use of solar...
Article - 1 Oct 2009
Coventry based advanced technology company Exilica Limited has recently teamed up with Rondol Technology Limited, a producer of polymer processing equipment, to produce prototype composite plastics...
Article - 24 Aug 2009
Nanotechnology is widely regarded as one of the most important sources of new technology over coming decades and will have applications across a broad range of industries. The automotive and aerospace...
Article - 25 Feb 2008
This article examines the imaging of organic compounds, both natural and synthetic examples, such as alkanes, alkane derivatives and aromates using atomic force microscopy