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New ultrasonic technique separates double-walled carbon nanotubes from single- and multi-walled ones
New technique could help in the development of sophisticated spintronics devices such as racetrack memory
Manufacturer OCSiAl has joined forces with the applications company Zyvex with the aim of transforming the potential of carbon nanotubes into a commercial reality.
Nanospheres surrounded by a silica-gold shell can photothermally ablate aggressive breast tumours in mice.
Directa Plus inaugurates new industrial plant this month – the largest European production unit of its kind
New class of quantum colloidal dot could help make better solar cells
Nanostructured material made from onion-like carbon precursors is also much more stable at higher temperatures
Nitrogen doping at the grain boundaries in graphene can not only transform its electronic state from metallic to semiconducting, but can also allow the size of its energy bandgap to be controlled.
New study could help in the development of RF transistors from the carbon sheet and perhaps even allow it to be employed as a metrological resistance standard
New tight-binding model sheds more light on 2D material’s unusual behaviour
New result could be important for making real-world quantum computers
Origami constructions containing 1D objects can be organized onto 2D substrates
Low-power spintronics devices could benefit
New result could help us better understand how to grow large areas of nearly perfect graphene on substrates for making a variety of electronics devices
Few-layer black phosphorus is the new 2D star.
Device could allow house walls to store energy
Texas team has seen a pressure-induced electronic transition in multilayer molybdenum disulphide
Advanced patterning enables analysis of chemical reaction dynamics.
New experiments could help make better flat lenses and holograms
A simple way of creating and controlling surface plasmon polaritons (SPPs) in graphene could lead to the development of new electronic devices that use light