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  • Article - 31 Mar 2013
    In its metallic form, titanium is not only strong and light in weight, but also highly resistant to corrosion. Therefore, it is often used in aerospace and military applications.
  • Article - 31 Mar 2013
    Ytterbium is a soft, malleable and ductile element that is readily attacked by strong mineral acids. It slowly reacts with cold water and oxidizes in air. The electrical resistance of ytterbium is...
  • Article - 28 Mar 2013
    Nanoparticles are currently a subject of intense research owing to their potential applications in electronic, optical and biomedical fields. Nanoparticles have unexpected optical properties owing to...
  • 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 - 27 Mar 2013
    For centuries colloidal gold nanoparticles have been used for the vibrant colours they can produce. The modern range of applciations has expanded to include drug delivery, catalysts, and nanosensors,...
  • Article - 27 Mar 2013
    Due to its rarity and high price, lutetium has limited commercial uses. However, it is used in catalysis, and as a dopant or in compounds for specialist semiconductor materials.
  • Article - 27 Mar 2013
    Indium nanoparticles can be prepared using a simple hot-injection method and also certain laser ablation techniques. Their electrical properties lead to many potential applications in electronics.
  • Article - 26 Mar 2013
    Copper is a Block D, Period 4 element. It is a ductile metal with very high thermal and electrical conductivity. The morphology of copper nanoparticles is round, and they appear as a brown to black...
  • Article - 19 Mar 2013
    Nanocomposites are found in a number of places and the use of nanoparticle-rich materials predates the understanding of nature of these materials. Nanoscale organo-clays have been used to control flow...
  • Article - 8 Mar 2013
    Tim Ferland (Business Development Manager) and Aleksandr Rakitin (Applications Engineer) at ANF Technology Ltd. talk to AZoNano about alumina nanomaterial.
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