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X-ray diffraction measurements provide evidence of multilayer silicene growth and highlight the important role of growth temperatures for achieving the pure silicene phase.
New optical technique could assemble nanoparticles into functional superstructures and devices.
Sensor can characterize the broadband magnetic fields produced by these devices, and so help miniaturize them further.
New fabric based on CNTs and Spandex could be used to make actuators and sensors for use in applications such as artificial muscles and smart clothing.
Cryogenic near-field infrared microscopy reveals how the electrical properties of vanadium oxide evolve as it switches from being a metal to an insulator.
A standard silicon nanostructuring process is found to decrease not only the reflectivity but also the carrier recombination, both of which improve solar-cell efficiencies.
A collaboration of researchers has obtained nanoscale 3D images of optically dense collagen networks from the negative space excluded from the random walk of a particle in an optical trap.
Molybdenum sulphide device is on a par with silicon in terms of ON-current density.
New studies on CVD-grown material could help produce large sheets of carbon with a well-defined structure and properties for specific electronics applications.
Proposed technique could be used for cancer therapy.
New measurements on extremely fast water flow through CNTs will be important for fundamental studies in nanofluidics and for applications in desalination and water purification.
Non-toxic device could be used in battery-free electronics.
X-ray scattering and electron microscopy studies could help us better understand these technologically important new materials.
The nanostructures could be employed in a wide range of applications, such as filtration, separation and many other technologies.
Atom probe microscopy technique could help resolve longstanding questions in the geosciences.
High-quality large-area samples of the carbon sheet can be produced by simply zapping reduced graphene oxide with microwaves for a couple of seconds.
Discovery could boost resolution of space telescopes.
New CNT device outperforms the current density of conventional semiconductors like silicon and gallium arsenide.
Results could shed more light on the processes that occurred when our Solar System formed nearly five billion years ago.
Nanostructures might be used as chemotherapeutic drug carriers to treat cancer cells.