NANOscientific Magazine, Spring 2023
02 May 2023
Manipulating the registry of layers within layered materials heterostructures leads to changes in their functional properties both locally and at scales relevant to devices .
Two-dimensional (2D) materials including semi-metallic graphene, semiconducting transition metal dichalcogenides (TMDs), and insulating hexagonal boron nitride (hBN), have been studied in recent years as electrically or photonically innovative materials.
Highly transparent conductive oxide (TCO) films, such as n-type In2 O3 - and ZnO-based films, are of great interest for use as transparent conducting electrodes in optoelectronic devices (e.g., photovoltaic solar cells and flat displ
Nanotechnology is Life’s Engineering, and has been present in our lives since its beginning, closely linked to the functioning of organisms and an essential part of Nature's tools to create all its diversity
The unique structures of liposomes – lipid vesicles (spherical structures with a bilayer membrane) of varying size and structural complexities within other lipid vesicles – have been utilized to serve as a drug delivery mechanism over an extended period o
Atomic force microscopy (AFM) is a powerful tool that can be used to obtain information on surface morphology of target materials in correlation with their frictional, electrical, mechanical, and thermal properties at the nano-scale. In particular, Later
A decade is sufficient for market disruption and adaptation in Atomic Force Microscope (AFM) industry. Park Systems Corp.
Stacking two-dimensional (2D) materials within the van der Waals interaction distance of each other can generate long-range wavelength ordering called Moiré superlattice periodicity.
“The ORNL quantum materials initiative has really been focused on jump starting some new quantum research at the laboratory and helped prepare the ground for the Quantum Science Center, one of five new national quantum centers established though the Natio
Park Systems has made a strategic move to expand its business portfolio by acquiring Accurion GmbH. The Germany-based company specializes in developing and manufacturing imaging spectroscopic ellipsometers (ISE) and active vibration isolations (AVI).
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