Nanomaterials news, August 2022

Researchers have discovered that piezoelectricity can be generated at the junction between metallic and semiconducting phases in a 2D material.

New precursors make spray pyrolysis a versatile alternative

novel precursors diethanolamine (DEA) and L-ascorbic acid (AA) in spray pyrolysis produces better cuprous oxide (Cu2O) thin films for electronics

For the first time, researchers have used photons and electron spin qubits to control nuclear spins in a 2D material.

By chemically modifying the surface of the 2D material MXene, researchers have created an effective material for absorbing mercury from water.

extremely sensitive MOF-based sensor meets the urgent need for detection of ultra-trace gas-phase radioactive iodine

Researchers have developed a transistor made from graphene and the polymer nafion that can operate like synapses in the brain.

Using melamine to efficiently capture CO2 from flue gases

Researchers have shown that adding shrimp-derived nanocrystals and nanofibers of chitin to cement can increase its strength by up to 40%.

new concept for lead-free X-ray shielding material based on two-dimensional antimonene

gold nanoparticles combined with a fluorescence dye improve the in vivo detection of Aβ aggregates for early diagnosis of Alzheimer's disease

Using a graphene liquid cell, researchers have, for the first time, managed to capture images of single atoms ‘swimming’ in liquid.

Using neutron scattering, researchers have, for the first time, discovered a a novel state of matter called a spiral spin liquid in a 2D material.

Researchers have developed an improved method for making a new type of semiconductor that is a few atoms thin and can interact with light.

Researchers have unexpectedly discovered that tetrahedron-shaped gold nanoparticles can arrange themselves into 2D chiral superstructures.

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