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Nanomaterials news, November 2020

Researchers have developed a simplified modelling method for calculating the attractive forces that cause nanoparticles to self-assemble.

Researchers have used graphene to help analyze the behavior of strontium titanium oxide, a platform material for memristor research.

Computer simulations and X-ray analysis have uncovered new findings on the role of ionic interactions at the interface between graphene and water.

Moths’ eyes inspire design of antireflective coating for solar panels, smartphones and tablet computers

A new optical imaging technology uses a glass slide covered with gold nanodiscs to detect nanoparticles as small as 25nm in diameter.

Bio-based, luminescent, water-resistant wood film for lighting

framework evaluates how a single nanowire grows and effects of different growth factors

Researchers have discovered and characterized a new family of quasiparticles in graphene-based superlattices under an applied magnetic field.

Anti-reflective coatings inspired by the biostructure of moth eyes

altering the crystal structure can induce SiGe to emit light efficiently

By adding a sidechain and dopant to spherical carbon molecules, researchers have developed an efficient organic thermoelectric material.

Researchers have shown they can synthesize nanographene by removing hydrogen from organic molecules with an atomic force microscope.

By coating self-assembled DNA structures with silica, researchers were able to use them as scaffolds for the construction of 3D nano-superconductors.

novel approach based on chemical vapor deposition produces forests of nanotubes 14 cm long

Researchers have developed a novel method for replicating the non-reflective nanostructure of moth eyes in molds and films at large scales.

By coating a metal mesh with a 2D material, researchers have created a heating element for desalinating highly corrosive industrial-strength brine.

Localized surface plasmons on aluminum nanoparticles can power the conversion of carbon dioxide to carbon monoxide by graphite.

Researchers have found a way to construct transistors out of non-toxic quantum dots and then assemble them into functional logic circuits.

Scientists have developed a new process for converting plastic into graphene, based on applying timed pulses of AC and DC electricity.

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Theoretical research has revealed that applying pressure to a tiny spot on layers of graphene could help to turn them into 2D diamond, or diamane.

adding nanoparticles to carbon fiber composites could provide an early warning of failure

improved photoresponse of vanadium dioxide make it a candidate for photodetectors

Researchers have developed chemical scissors than can cut transition metal dichalcogenides into thin, catalytic nanoribbons for splitting water.

Researchers have developed a novel bottom-up method for synthesizing graphene nanoribbons on a nonmetallic substrate with precision.

Researchers have found that a layered 2D perovskite is adept at storing the valley states of electrons, making it potentially ideal for valleytronics.

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