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New finding could help improve Surface enhanced Raman scattering for analytical applications.
(with audio) By making gold nanoparticles with different shapes, researchers have identified how surface atomic structures affect friction and adhesion.
Bull's-eye grating in diamond membrane could help improve nanosensors, single photon sources, and quantum memories for quantum computing and networking.
Hot spots in CNT arrays could degrade device performance.
Study could point to new ways of preventing some cancers.
Quantum computers could benefit from new source of entangled electrons.
New device has record carrier mobilities.
Repetitive error detection technique could help make robust qubits for future quantum computers.
Carbon nanotubes and graphene could speed up the oxygen reduction reaction in fuel cells.
(with audio) The observation of the magnetocaloric effect in readily fabricated thin films suggests nanostructures may be exploited in refrigeration.
The method might be used to improve inks made from other 2D materials too.
Structures made from gold quantum dots inside a porous silica shell could be used to image and destroy cancer cells.
New result could not only be important for studying how charge carriers move in graphene but could also help build graphene-based elements for the rapidly developing field of metamaterials.
Nanostructures could photothermally destroy tumours.
(with video) New method might be used to make plasmonic photonic crystals, optoelectronic on-chip interconnects and chemical and biological sensors.
Interlocked rings switch from one catalytic state to another thanks to an external trigger.
The structures, which are only around 10-40 atoms thick, might be used in semi-transparent devices, such as displays, and in flexible electronics.
A study of carbon nanotube transistors identifies the origin of device variability and ways to improve it.
Researchers compare effect of carbon-based nanostructures on rodent lungs.
Hydrophilic carbon nanoparticles might help in the treatment of traumatic brain injury, strokes, autoimmune diseases and neuropathy.