News - 6 Jul 2009
X-rays can be used to image hidden structures such as bones of the human body. But now, a team of Würzburg physicists has succeeded in demonstrating the electronic structure of an interface in a...
News - 11 Mar 2019
According to a famous saying, nothing in this world is perfect, and this is not bad always. As part of a research at the Department of Energy’s Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (Berkeley...
Article - 27 Aug 2018
Metallic nanoparticles are nanoparticles from a variety of different metals, the nanoscale size causes electron confinement in metal nanoparticles, which results in surface plasmon resonance....
Article - 24 Nov 2017
Graphene is constantly being employed into various battery and energy storage technologies and this has become one of the largest growing areas of graphene research commercially.
Article - 4 Jul 2017
As environmental concerns surrounding water pollution grows, there is a need for one or more solutions to combat worldwide problems.
Article - 23 Jul 2015
This article deals with the high power impulse magnetron sputtering (HIPIMS) deposition of silver (Ag)- nanoparticle films on polyester and draws comparison with films deposited through a direct...
Article - 23 Aug 2009
The first step in assessing the risks posed by nanotechnology is to chemically identify and characterize nanomaterials. Understanding the chemical properties as well as physical is essential in...
News - 29 Mar 2019
The multitude of unprecedented and useful properties of graphene have applications that span across construction, telecommunications, aerospace, energy, sensing, and many other industries. Because of...
News - 9 Jan 2014
The whistle blows and the big game begins on TV. You watch the punted football sail over the field and into the arms of the opposing team—then the feed abruptly cuts out. The information...
News - 18 Feb 2013
Until now, however, it was practically impossible to accurately predict which molecules performed well on the job. They basically had to be identified by trial-and-error.
Now, an international...