Carbon news, March 2021

Researchers have found that reducing the repulsive interactions between electrons in magic-angle graphene makes its superconductivity more robust.

Machine learning proves itself for CNT composites

machine learning algorithm trained to predict pullout forces of carbon nanotubes from polymer matrix

graphene oxide can affect the response of synapses in the brain potentially leading to treatment for PTSD

novel bio-polymer based on microalgae could offer a sustainable alternative to synthetic polymers produced from fossil fuels

Researchers used ultrafast nanometric imaging to show, for the first time, that populations of carbon dots contain both good and bad emitters.

DNA-based self-assembly methods can construct 3D superconducting nanostructures

nanomesh pressure sensor can monitor finger pressure without any effect on sensation

imperfections in the highly regular crystal structure of diamond could hold the key for ultrasensitive biosensing

all-natural bioinspired composite material could offer an alternative to petroleum-based structural plastics

By cutting a periodic pattern of holes into graphene, researchers have produced a phononic crystal with controllable vibrational modes.

Researchers have made electrochemical carbon nanotube muscles much faster and more powerful by coating them with an ionically conducting polymer.

exposure to graphene oxide can induce anaphylactic shock in small number of non-human primates

Researchers have found that pairing a magnet with graphene induces an 'artificial magnetic texture' in the usually nonmagnetic 2D material.

Researchers have developed the world's thinnest carbon dioxide filter from graphene, able to separate carbon dioxide from industrial emissions.

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