Nanomaterials news, October 2023

Using 3D printing, researchers have created an alumium alloy decorated with nanoparticles that displays unprecedented fatigue resistance.

Researchers have improved the thermal stability of perovskite solar cells by anchoring a self-assembled monolayer onto nickel oxide nanoparticles.

By forming a self-assembled monolayer on top of a silicon substrate, researchers have created a highly slippery surface for repelling water droplets.

Improved perovskite photovoltaic cells for large-surface devices

When stacked in five layers in a rhombohedral pattern, graphene displays both unconventional magnetism and an exotic type of electronic behavior.

all solution-based route enables fabrication of bio-mimicking electronic eyes

Using piezoelectric strands of zinc oxide, researchers have shown they can capture energy from the natural motion of molecules in a liquid.

Electron beam radiation shown to repair cracks in crystals

Researchers have combined metal nanoclusters and graphene nanosheets to produce a new and imporved separator for lithium-sulfur batteries.

Researchers have discovered that irradiating a crystal of titanium dioxide with an electron beam can repair cracks in the crystal.

Researchers have shown that a titanium oxide nanofilament can break down two common dye pollutants when illuminated with visible light.

Researchers have developed a ‘quantum ruler’ to measure and explore the strange magnetic and electronic properties of moiré quantum materials.

Researchers propose that the 2D materials MXene and MBene show great potential for use in carbon-capture technologies.

Yeast cells that accumulate the misfolded peptides linked to Alzheimer's disease can recover after being treated with graphene oxide nanoflakes.

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