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Carbon news, September 2019

Researchers have used computational techniques to identify 43 previously unknown forms of carbon that are thought to be stable and superhard.

Scientists have developed a highly durable fuel cell catalyst by using selenium to anchor platinum particles to their carbon support material.

Researchers report the first direct observation of transition carriers between different localization states within indium gallium nitride.

Blackest ever carbon nanotube coating

Graphene composite for terahertz astronomy

Computing superhard materials

Graphene can provide a two-fold defense against mosquito bites, by acting as a physical barrier and blocking chemical signals.

Scientists have developed a practical method for measuring the conductivity of a single carbon nanotube, by splitting it into two halves.

Researchers have shown that a few layers of 2D materials can provide the same insulation in electronic devices as a sheet of glass 100 times thicker.

Engineers have developed a transistor made from linen thread, by coating the thread in carbon nanotubes and immersing it in an electrolyte gel.

RF heating could be ten times faster than two-point-probe measurements

graphene oxide offers a new way of delivering growth factors to 3D scaffolds supporting the regeneration of damaged cartilage

carbon nanocomposite aptasensor offers an innovative platform for quick and simple TB detection in clinical applications

Researchers have found that better graphene oxide (GO) ‘paper’ can be made by mixing strong, solid GO flakes with weak, porous GO flakes.

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