Carbon news, January 2021

Carbon spheres soak up carbon dioxide

carbon spheres, which can be produced easily and greenly, could adsorb carbon dioxide from industrial processes

A new model has revealed that the strength of carbon nanotube fibers depends on the length of the nanotubes and the friction between them.

Researchers have developed a new method for predicting the specific colors of thin films made by combining any of 466 different carbon nanotubes.

Researchers have shown that a combination of engineered nanodroplets and an ultrasound 'drill' can break up particularly tough blood clots.

Alternative uses for coal shown in single stage process

A novel machine-learning model can accurately predict the hardness of new materials based solely on their chemical composition.

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