Tags: Nanomaterial

Latest Nanomaterial to Supplant Mercury

The nano research group driven by teachers Helge Weman and Bjørn-Ove Fimland at NTNU’s Department of Electronic Systems has prevailing with regards to making light-discharging diodes, or LEDs, from a nanomaterial that produces bright light. It is the first occasion when anybody has made bright light on a graphene surface. “We’ve demonstrated that it’s conceivable,…

Graphene creases can be utilized as ‘molecular zippers’

10 years back, researchers saw something exceptionally unusual happening when buckyballs—soccer ball shaped carbon molecules—were dumped onto a particular kind of multilayer graphene, a flat carbon nanomaterial. As opposed to moving around arbitrarily like marbles on a hardwood floor, the buckyballs suddenly amassed into single-file chains that extended over the graphene surface. Presently, scientists from…

Surface of ‘ultra-smooth’ Nanomaterial when Measured at Atomic Scale is steeper than Austrian Alps

Individuals can typically tell if something is unpleasant or smooth by running their fingers along its surface. Yet, shouldn’t something be said about things that are excessively little or too enormous to run a finger over? The earth looks smooth from space, yet somebody remaining at the foot of the Himalayas would oppose this idea.…