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Carbon news

A nanocomposite made from molybdenum disulfide and reduced graphene oxide can be used to make a sensitive, stretchable gas sensor.

Using a wet spinning process, researchers have produced carbon nanotube fibers that are stronger than Kevlar and almost as conductive as copper.

By combing organic molecules with silver electrodes, researchers have set a new efficiency record for color-neutral, transparent solar cells.

By utilizing a mixture of alcohol, researchers have developed functional inks based on 2D materials that don't suffer from the coffee ring effect.

Researchers have found that cooling graphene while it is attached to a flat surface will cause it to buckle, altering its electronic properties.

Cobalt-iron catalyst for zinc-air battery application

new highly absorbent, breathable polymer fabric protects wearers against harmful aerosols and chemical warfare agents

A novel nano-structuring method allows certain layers of a material to be perforated extremely precisely while leaving other layers completely untouched.

Researchers have determined exactly how some sorbent materials capture and release carbon dioxide from the atmosphere.

We are excited to announce that Elsevier in collaboration with SPIE, titled Photonic Materials and Applications.

systematic approach to growing 2D crystals using CVD based on large-scale databases and machine learning

Graphene oxide-wrapped nanospheres can help destroy antibiotic-resistant bacteria and antibiotic-resistance genes in wastewater treatment plants.

graphene antennas could offer a flexible metal-free option for wearable electronics

Researchers have used an electron microscope to observe the individual steps of growing indium oxide on graphene at atomic-scale resolution.

A carbon nanotube film possesses a combination of thermal, electrical and physical properties that could make it of use for next-generation smart fabrics.

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