News - 6 Oct 2015
Single graphene sheets with small pores that mimic the selective ion channels found in the biological membranes, that surround living cells.
A Countless number of ion channels are found on the...
News - 3 Oct 2011
The PROFACTOR Group, the number 1 in applied production research in Austria, has received approval to coordinate the NILaustria project cluster for a further three years. This approval came recently...
News - 3 Nov 2010
Research and Markets has announced the addition of John Wiley and Sons Ltd's new book "Future Trends in Microelectronics: From Nanophotonics to Sensors to Energy" to their offering....
Article - 27 Aug 2018
When a drop of any type of liquid lands on the surface of a material, various different physical effects that range from sticking to rebounding can occur. Nanoribbons, particularly those composed of...
Article - 15 Nov 2013
Nanowires have a number of exciting properties which are not exhibited by 3-D or bulk materials. This is due to the fact that electrons within the nanowires are quantum confined and have energy levels...
Article - 18 Jun 2013
Bulgaria, a Southeast European country located between Romania and Turkey, covers an area of 110,879 km2. As of 2014, its population is 7,226,291.
Article - 28 Mar 2011
Huang et al. produced some astonishing images of graphene grains that resembled a patchwork quilt. To obtain these images the researchers used TEM and diffraction-filtered imaging to show the...
Article - 14 Oct 2009
In a hose single water molecule transport is not a dominate feature however the unique properties of, in particular, carbon nanotubes make single water molecule transport a reality.
Article - 12 Mar 2021
Kelvin Probe Force Microscopy has emerged as a powerful tool for the measurement of surface potential. Sideband KPFM in particular has very high resolution and is thus highly useful for analyzing...
Article - 12 Nov 2018
This article discusses using AFM for the quantification of elastic modulus in materials.