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  • Article - 6 Jan 2017
    The development of lithium-ion battery materials has a key challenge due to the formation of lithium dendrites on the surface of the electrode after repeated charge/discharge cycles.
  • Article - 30 Sep 2016
    Accurate measurement of the surface energy values of nanofiller materials is important to ensure effective formulation, development, and characterization of nanocomposites.
  • Article - 18 May 2016
    Discovered less than a decade ago, graphene is a “super material” that has engineers in many different fields excitedly pursing varied uses for it. Graphene is made of carbon in a honeycomb-lattice...
  • Article - 25 Jan 2016
    Thomas Mueller, Director of Development Applications in the AFM business unit of Bruker’s Nano Surfaces Division, talks to AZoNano about Bruker's Dimension FastScan AFM and the benefits of using...
  • Article - 20 Nov 2015
    Spectroscopy is a technique that is widely used to determine the identity, composition and properties of samples.
  • Article - 20 May 2015
    Research institutions across the globe are looking for ways to redefine the development of high-quality graphene sheets. This can be achieved by reducing graphene oxide (GO) to produce reduced...
  • Article - 22 Sep 2014
    The future of power may be on the nanoscale. Scientist around the world are currently trying to solve some of the major issues associated with todays technology. Advancements in solar cells, batteries...
  • Article - 24 Jun 2013
    Favourable government funding and a strong research sector make England a hotspot for nanotechnology developments. Consequentlly, England is worth watching for both nanotech developments and...
  • Article - 10 May 2013
    There are numerous nano-related research projects currently underway in New Jersey and this state appears quite active in the field. There is a concentrated effort in the medical/pharmaceutical which...
  • Article - 4 May 2013
    Metal alkoxides of copper, tantalum, vanadium, zirconium, titanium, hafnium, and aluminum have been explored as precursors to form oxide thin films.