Nanomaterials news, July 2023

carbon fiber reinforced composite combined with piezoelectric nanoparticles acts as a self-powered sensor to detect stress and damage

intrinsic dielectric breakdown of polymers is associated with voids known as free volume elements (FVEs)

Researchers have shown that it is possible to imbue bulk 3D graphite with physical properties similar to graphite’s 2D counterpart, graphene.

Containers with nanotextured interior walls can keep volatile organic compounds from accumulating on the surfaces of stored nanomaterials.

Halide perovskite nanocrystals grown on-site with precise control over location

Researchers have developed a liquid nanofoam that can provide effective protection against impacts and also regain its original shape.

A novel titanium oxide nanofilament can not only harness sunlight to produce hydrogen by splitting water but can do so for months at a time.

Using high-powered X-rays and machine learning, researchers have developed a method for visualizing intricate nanotextures in thin-film materials.

A new technique allows individual halide perovskite nanocrystals to be grown exactly where they are needed on a surface.

Using nanosheets with a perovskite crystal structure, researchers have developed a dielectric capacitor with the highest energy density ever recorded.

Researchers have developed a 'one-pot’, catalyst-free process for creating porous organic polymers.

A novel method for testing the puncture reistance of materials at small scales can also predict the resistance at larger scales in real-world situations.

Researchers have developed a multifunctional composite polymer coating with both radiative and non-radiative cooling capacity.

Researchers used rotating magnets to induce magnetic nanoparticles to form chiral structures and then transferred this chirality to other materials.

Researchers have combined molecular gastronomy with biodegradable materials to create environmentally friendly nanocomposite-based sensors.

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