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Nanomaterials news, October 2021

Peptides promise one-pot nanoparticle synthesis

biological molecules known as peptides can be used to synthesize photothermal Au nanoplates under mild conditions

Magnetic control of cell sheets promises new insights

tissue-like sheets of human tendon cells and magnetic nanoparticles enable the study of the effects of inflammation in tendon disorders

By utilizing two-photon polymerization, researchers have developed a technique for printing intricate nanostructures of crystal or glass.

Researchers have developed a novel metasurface that employs deep, narrow holes, rather than very tall pillars, to focus light to a single spot.

Fabricating chalcogenide glasses as nanowires can extend their use into the visible and ultraviolet parts of the electromagnetic spectrum.

A stack of crystalline monolayers with random alignments has excellent heat conductivity in one direction and excellent insulation in the other direction.

Researchers used liquid gallium to create a copper-based antiviral and antimicrobial coating for various fabrics, including facemasks.

Colloidal crystals that mimic the nanostructure of opals can visibly and continuously document the temperature in the environment over a defined period.

A device comprising a 2D hybrid metal halide layered with a ferromagnetic metal can generate terahertz radiation from an an ultrafast spin current.

calculations identify diffusion paths of Se in CdTe, boosting thin film solar cell efficiency

Researchers have shown that the odd harmonics of light can be used to study twisted, or chiral, nanoparticles and molecules.

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