Tuesday, July 5, 2022

Graphene

How much energy does it take to bend multilayer graphene?

An understanding of the mechanics of graphene, particularly how it flexes and bends.

More attractive and high performance membranes for carbon Capture

CO2 is a major greenhouse gas, responsible for global warming. CO2 released from burning fossil fuels in the atmosphere is the primary source of...

Scientists confirmed the theory of very strong magneto-optical resonance in graphene

Controlling infrared and terahertz waves using magnetic and electric fields is one of the extraordinary difficulties in physics that could revolutionize optoelectronics, telecommunications, and...

Graphenes now go monolayer and single crystalline

An international team of scientists from the Center for Multidimensional Carbon Materials (CMCM), within the Institute for Basic Science (IBS) at UNIST, has recently...

Lithium doesn’t crack under pressure, it transforms

Lithium is the lightest solid metal, it’s soft, silvery-white, with a low melting point and reactive. Many of its physical and chemical properties are...

Washable, wearable battery-like devices could be woven directly into clothes

Scientists at the University of Cambridge have developed a wearable electronic component that can be incorporated directly into fabrics. This wearable device is originally...

Light could drive ions in graphene oixde membranes

Layered graphene oxide membranes (GOM) with densely packed sub-nanometer-wide lamellar channels show exceptional ionic and molecular transport properties. Mass and charge transport in existing...

Converting eggshells into bulky nanoporous graphene and pure hydrogen

In a new study, scientists at the UNIST have uncovered a new method that converts discarded eggshells into hydrogen. Their novel method holds the...

New hybrid energy method could fuel the future of rockets, spacecraft for exploration

Graphene is a one-atom-thick sheet of carbon atoms arranged in a honeycomb-like pattern. Graphene is considered to be the world's thinnest, strongest and most...

New discovery paves way for silicon of the future

Just imagine taking two extremely ultra-thin materials with different properties and placing one on top of the other, and obtaining a new material with...

Scientists transform the bane of black soot into a boon for water purification

Hitting two birds with one stone, a group of Indian scientists has come up with a new process which promises to help utilize black...

Scientists developed magnetic graphene for next gen digital devices

The growing popularity of digital devices has spurred the need for integrated circuits that are lightweight, consume ultra-low power and are highly efficient. Technology...

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