Article - 18 Feb 2004
Ferroelectric materials found to retain spontaneous dipole, or charge separation at the nanolevel. Posted December 10 2003
Article - 11 Apr 2013
Titanium dioxide nanoparticles are used widely in sunscreens, cosmetics, and as a photocatalytic cleaning and antibacterial agent.
News - 10 Apr 2014
It can be found in toothpaste, solar cells, and it is useful for chemical catalysts: titanium dioxide (TiO2) is an extremely versatile material. Alhough it is used for so many different applications,...
News - 30 Aug 2013
Titanium dioxide is an inexpensive, yet versatile material. It is used as a pigment in wall paint, as a biocompatible coating in medical implants, as a catalyst in the chemical industry and as UV...
News - 18 Aug 2010
The concentrations of toxic nitrogen oxide that are present in German cities regularly exceed the maximum permitted levels. That’s now about to change, as innovative paving slabs that will help...
News - 11 Sep 2007
Scientists at the U.S. Department of Energy's Brookhaven National Laboratory have developed new ways to make or modify nanorods and nanotubes of titanium oxide, a material used in a variety of...
Article - 6 Jul 2017
Researchers from Hungary have developed carbon nanospheres (CNSs) using a hydrothermal method, and coated them with TiO2 and ZnO layers by atomic layer deposition (ALD), in an effort to produce more...
Article - 24 Jan 2009
Titanium dioxide, also known as titanium(IV) oxide or titania, is the naturally occurring oxide of titanium, chemical formula TiO2. It is noteworthy for its wide range of applications, from paint to...
Article - 11 Oct 2006
Oxford Instruments’ FlexAL product family provides a new range of flexibility and capability in the engineering of nanoscale structures and devices by offering remote plasma Atomic Layer Deposition...
Article - 8 Mar 2005
Metal and ceramic matrix composites hold extreme potential for advanced applications such as aerospace. Nanostructuring could further improve material properties. The benefits of nanostructuring are...