Nanomaterials news, November 2023

Researchers have calculated that the thermal conductivity of graphene at room temperature is much lower than originally thought.

A silicon dioxide pyramid covered in a single layer of tungsten diselenide can transport quasiparticles known as excitons with great precision.

By measuring shot noise. researchers have produced the first direct evidence that electricity doesn't flow through strange metals as quasiparticles.

Researchers have discovered that a one-dimensional metal called purple bronze can switch between insulating and superconducting states.

Researchers have shown that single atom 'promoters' enhance the activity of catalytic nanoparticles by controlling 'pacemakers' on their surface.

New type of electrolyte extends the life of lithium metal batteries

New nanosheets for electronics, energy storage, and health and safety applications

stretchable polymer-perovskite quantum dot nanocomposite transistor functions as an artificial synapse

Researchers have developed a special type of porous graphene sheet for use as a cathode in lithium-oxygen batteries.

Researchers have developed a novel in-memory processor that contains more than 1000 transistors made from a 2D semiconductor material.

Researchers have developed a multipurpose, high-performance barrier material from self-assembling nanosheets.

Researchers have used cellulose nanofiber sheets to capture extracellular vesicles from fluid samples and organs during surgery.

Researchers have used DNA to assemble nanoparticles shaped like two pyramids stuch together at their base into quasicrystals.

By fabricating their newly developed amorphous material as tiny strings, researchers have been able to demonstrate its exceptional strength.

Researchers have developed modular nanoparticles that can be easily customized to target biological entities such as tumors, viruses and toxins.

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