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(with video) New NMR technique identifies the ionic species responsible for storing charge at the electrolyte–electrode interface in these devices.
The capacity of a lithium-ion battery can be nearly doubled by using an anode made from tiny nanoparticles of silicon wrapped in several layers of graphene.
Fe3O4 particles smaller than 6 nm in size stay conducting.
Silica nanoparticles encapsulating natural essential oils could be used as disinfectants but may also help in wound healing.
New device might find applications in wearable electronics, health-monitoring systems and ultradense information-storage systems that mimic the structure of the brain.
The first ever spectrometer to use quantum-dot materials demonstrates the possibility of devices as small, cheap and simple as smart-phone cameras.
Pulsed laser deposition offers a cooler CMOS-compatible approach for fabricating photoluminescent silicon nanocrystal fabrication.
Researchers succeed in controlling "hyperbolic polaritons" in a hybrid metastructure made from carbon sheets and hexagonal boron nitride.
(with video) New measurements on exciton binding energies shed more light on the photovoltaic properties of these semiconductors.
New experiments on confined bacterial cells show how they adapt to the shape of the container they are in.
(with audio) Picosecond infrared laser ablation extracts biosamples damage-free.
The traps could be used to manipulate biological molecules such as DNA and perhaps even help assemble nanomachines of the future.
Method could be used to make flexible electronics and optoelectronic devices.
New findings could help in the development of photonic devices, such as light emitters and lasers made from 2D transition metal dichalcogenides.
Devices could be used to make transparent, flexible displays of the future.
with video New ultrathin film might find applications in desalination, oil refineries and in drug manufacture.
Researchers have observed backward phase matching in a negative index material, 10 years after the effect was first predicted.
New devices have current on-off ratios of more than 3000.
Skyrmions on demand could enable ultra-dense memory.