Article - 31 Jan 2004
Researchers from the Department of Energy's Sandia National Laboratories and the University of New Mexico have developed ways to manipulate the properties of platinum metal. Posted January 28 2004
Article - 4 Dec 2003
Researchers from the University of Bristol, Vanderbilt University, and the University of Maryland have found a way to make shaped metal structures on a nanoscale by coating other tiny items. Posted...
Article - 3 Dec 2003
According to the classic rules of physics, substances melt at a lower temperature when their sizes decrease. But scientists at Indiana University Bloomington have found that at least one substance,...
Article - 7 Aug 2019
Nanoparticles differ from their elemental bulk versions and often show unexpected yet promising properties, making them of great scientific interest.
Article - 13 Jun 2016
The dramatic growth in production and increased utilization of engineered nanoparticles (ENPs) have become a reason for worry and uncertainty with regard to their introduction into the environment and...
Article - 3 Apr 2013
This article discusses about the properties and applications of aluminum nitride nanoparticles.
Article - 31 Mar 2013
Zirconium is a soft, ductile and malleable metal that is highly resistant to corrosion by alkalis, acids, salt water and other agents, and hence it is used for a variety of high temperature...
Article - 29 Mar 2013
Niobium is a ductile, paramagnetic metal that becomes superconducting at cryogenic temperatures. It is very soft in its purest form, but impurities make it harder. It has a low capture cross-section...
Article - 28 Mar 2013
Iron is highly reactive to both air (oxygen) and water, and in nanoparticles it is even more rapid than the bulk material. This characteristic limits its use to inert environments.
Article - 14 Feb 2010
In Farfield, our work over the past decade has revolved around the direct measurement of the shape or conformation of biomolecules and how this changes as the biomolecules function.