News - 16 Jun 2020
Fabrication of flexible and wearable electronics often requires integrating various types of advanced carbon nanomaterials - such as graphene, nanotubes, and nanoporous carbon - because of their...
News - 16 Dec 2019
Researchers have successfully developed a certain type of carbon nanotubes (CNTs) that have 90% selectivity, and have widened the present theory describing the synthesis of these potential...
News - 29 Nov 2019
Scientists at Rice and Swansea universities have formulated a method to utilize low-cost newsprint extracted from newspapers to grow nanotubes for the industry.
Transmission electron microscope...
News - 30 Jul 2019
A circle can be said to be less stable than a jagged loop, but this would be true apparently when one is referring to carbon nanotubes.
Now, theoretical researchers at Rice University have...
News - 30 May 2019
MIT researchers have recently discovered that ingredients like detergent, table salt, and baking soda are amazingly effective for cooking up carbon nanotubes (CNTs).
In a study recently...
News - 26 Apr 2019
Electrochemical imaging shows that phosphorus and nitrogen atoms are vital for improving the potential of holey graphene to boost the liberation of hydrogen during electrolysis.
News - 3 Apr 2019
Graphene, particularly the single-crystal graphene, turns out to be a capable material for photonics and electronics in future as it possesses special properties like record thermal conductivity,...
News - 14 Aug 2018
The discovery of buckyballs astonished and pleased chemists in the 1980s, nanotubes enthused physicists in the 1990s, and graphene excited materials scientists in the 2000s, but one nanoscale carbon...
News - 30 Jul 2018
Due to their ideal chemical stability, high electric conductivity, and unique microstructure, carbon materials (CMs) have excellent application potentials in a range of fields. Conventionally, CMs...
News - 13 Mar 2018
An innovative technique to make large, monolayer single-crystal-like graphene films measuring more than one foot in length is dependent on making productive a “survival of the fittest”...