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Uniform thin film layers of functional nanomaterials Sono-Tek ultrasonic nanomaterial coating systems are uniquely suited to spraying nanosuspensions like CNTs, nanowires, perovskite, graphene, and others.  Due to the inherent ultrasonic vibrations of the nozzle the energy breaks apart agglomerated particles in the suspension the liquid subjected to continuous mechanical vibrations during the entire coating process…

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2D all-organic perovskites: potential use in 2D electronics

Perovskites are among the most researched topics in materials science. Recently, a research team led by Prof. LOH Kian Ping, Chair Professor of Materials Physics and Chemistry and Global STEM Professor of the Department of Applied Physics of The Hong Kong Polytechnic University (PolyU), Dr Kathy LENG, Assistant Professor of the same department, together with…

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ARTDESHINE HISTORY Alfred Yow, the founder of Artdeshine, began Artdeshine 20 years ago with a detailing shop in Singapore. However he tried, he could not find the right detailing products of his dreams, so he created them himself, leveraging his deep knowledge of material and chemical sciences combined with his passion for automobiles.アートデシャインの創設者であるアルフレッド・ヤウは、20年前にシンガポールの1軒のカーディテイリングショップからアートデシャインをスタートさせました。 しかし、どこを探しても理想のカーケア製品を見つけることができず、素材と化学への造詣と自動車への情熱を活かして製品を自ら開発しました。 Artdeshine…

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Condensed matter physics: Novel one-dimensional superconductor

In a significant development in the field of superconductivity, researchers at The University of Manchester have successfully achieved robust superconductivity in high magnetic fields using a newly created one-dimensional (1D) system. This breakthrough offers a promising pathway to achieving superconductivity in the quantum Hall regime, a longstanding challenge in condensed matter physics. Superconductivity, the ability…

Rubber-like stretchable energy storage device fabricated with laser precision

Professor Jin Kon Kim and Dr. Keon-Woo Kim from the Department of Chemical Engineering at Pohang University of Science and Technology (POSTECH), in collaboration with Dr. Chanwoo Yang and Researcher Seong Ju Park from the Korea Institute of Industrial Technology (KITECH), have achieved a significant breakthrough in developing a small-scale energy storage device capable of…

More economical and sustainable rechargeable batteries

Lithium salts make batteries powerful but expensive. An ultralow-concentration electrolyte based on the lithium salt LiDFOB may be a more economical and more sustainable alternative. Cells using these electrolytes and conventional electrodes have been demonstrated to have high performance, as reported by a research team to the journal Angewandte Chemie. In addition, the electrolyte could…

Magnetic with a pinch of hydrogen

Magnetic two-dimensional materials consisting of one or a few atomic layers have only recently become known and promise interesting applications, for example for the electronics of the future. So far, however, it has not been possible to control the magnetic states of these materials well enough. A German-American research team led by the Helmholtz-Zentrum Dresden-Rossendorf…

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Graphene Batteries Explained

Graphene batteries are a type of battery that utilize graphene as a component in the electrodes. The graphene material can improve the performance of traditional batteries, such as lithium-ion batteries, by increasing the battery’s conductivity and allowing for faster charge and discharge cycles. The high surface area of graphene can also increase the energy density…

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Graphene Properties, Synthesis and Applications: A Review

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Graphene Coating for Car Detailing in SG

In recent years, graphene has emerged as a groundbreaking material with immense potential in various industries. With its exceptional properties, including high strength, flexibility, and conductivity, graphene has become the subject of extensive research. In the realm of car detailing, graphene coating have gained significant attention for their ability to provide superior protection and enhance…

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A graphene breakthrough hints at the future of battery power

Belgrade’s buses use supercapacitors made from layers of activated carbon, which is coated onto conductive plates immersed in an electrolyte solution. Graphene is also a form of carbon, but because of its huge surface area (which determines the performance of a supercapacitor) it has the potential to radically improve the performance of supercapacitors to a…

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Development of organic semiconductors featuring ultrafast electrons

Professors Kimoon Kim and Ji Hoon Shim along with Dr. Yeonsang Lee from the Department of Chemistry at Pohang University of Science and Technology (POSTECH) and Professor Jun Sung Kim from POSTECH’s Department of Physics and the Center for Artificial Low Dimensional Electronic Systems at the Institute for Basic Science created conducting two-dimensional polymers exhibiting…

Atom-by-atom: Imaging structural transformations in 2D materials

Silicon-based electronics are approaching their physical limitations and new materials are needed to keep up with current technological demands. Two-dimensional (2D) materials have a rich array of properties, including superconductivity and magnetism, and are promising candidates for use in electronic systems, such as transistors. However, precisely controlling the properties of these materials is extraordinarily difficult.…

A single atom layer of gold: Researchers create goldene

For the first time, scientists have managed to create sheets of gold only a single atom layer thick. The material has been termed goldene. According to researchers from Linköping University, Sweden, this has given the gold new properties that can make it suitable for use in applications such as carbon dioxide conversion, hydrogen production, and…

Quantum electronics: Charge travels like light in bilayer graphene

An international research team led by the University of Göttingen has demonstrated experimentally that electrons in naturally occurring double-layer graphene move like particles without any mass, in the same way that light travels. Furthermore, they have shown that the current can be “switched” on and off, which has potential for developing tiny, energy-efficient transistors –…

New technique lets scientists create resistance-free electron channels

An international research team led by Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (Berkeley Lab) has taken the first atomic-resolution images and demonstrated electrical control of a chiral interface state — an exotic quantum phenomenon that could help researchers advance quantum computing and energy-efficient electronics. The chiral interface state is a conducting channel that allows electrons to travel…

Chemistry researchers modify solar technology to produce a less harmful greenhouse gas

Researchers in the UNC-Chapel Hill Chemistry Department are using semiconductors to harvest and convert the sun’s energy into high-energy compounds that have the potential to produce environmentally friendly fuels. In the paper, “Methyl Termination of p-Type Silicon Enables Selective Photoelectrochemical CO2 Reduction by a Molecular Ruthenium Catalyst,” published in ACS Energy Letters, the researchers explain…

Quantum interference could lead to smaller, faster, and more energy-efficient transistors

An international team of researchers from Queen Mary University of London, the University of Oxford, Lancaster University, and the University of Waterloo have developed a new single-molecule transistor that uses quantum interference to control the flow of electrons. The transistor, which is described in a paper published in the Nature Nanotechnology, opens new possibilities for…