Sachtleben is a leading manufacturer of top-quality chemical products with a unique range of white pigments and extenders. The history of the company's involvement at its Duisburg location stretches...
Article - 10 Jun 2006
Optical tweezers cum microdissection combi was used for dispersion of carbon nanotubes, The resultant nanotubes were functionalized with thionyl chloride and then successfully bound to functioalized...
Article - 29 Aug 2006
Materials scientists and engineers have made significant improvements to the methods of synthesis of nanomaterial solids. A brief review of future trends in nanotechnology developments is given in...
News - 27 Feb 2015
Graphene, which is the world's first 2D material, is ultra-light and extremely tough. The honey comb lattice structure of the material makes it 200 times stronger than steel and extremely...
News - 21 May 2009
Washington Technology Center (WTC) has awarded an Entrepreneur's Access grant to the University of Washington to support an advanced material research collaboration with Modumetal, Inc. of...
News - 10 Jun 2013
A new study by researchers at UC Santa Barbara provides clues into the understanding of the behavior of the charged molecules or particles in ionic liquids. The new framework may lead to the creation...
Article - 16 Aug 2006
If manipulation of individual molecules was possible, then materials with optical and electronic characteristics that are not visualized in bulk could also be designed.
News - 7 Aug 2015
One big problem faced by electrodes in rechargeable batteries, as they go through repeated cycles of charging and discharging, is that they must expand and shrink during each cycle — sometimes...
News - 15 Jul 2008
Industrial Nanotech, Inc., an emerging global leader in nanotechnology, today announced that the Company has released a second addition to their patented revolutionary new water-based Nansulate EPX...
Article - 21 Aug 2020
Transmission Electron Microscopy, or TEM, is a microscopy technique that uses a beam of electrons instead of light to form the image.