Patterned Graphene Growth

Graphene thin films

Graphene films grown over epitaxial metal films deposited on single-crystalline substrates give unique micropits with rectangular and triangular shapes, reflecting the crystallographic orientation of the substrate.

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Inner Space

Metals encapsulated within carbon nanotubes by capillary action are prevented from crystallizing by the confined space of the nanotubes.

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Gallium Arsenide Infiltrates Nanoparticle Multilayers

Gallium arsenide is infiltrated for the first time within porous nanoparticle-based periodic multilayers to yield a new structure displaying finely tuned enhanced optical reflectance.

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Shells, Fibers, and Superstructures

A new heteroepitaxial method of producing Ti02 nanomaterials with size, shape, and array control is discovered.

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Buckle Up

In situ mechanical testing of 50-mm-diameter bundles of uniaxially compressed carbon nanotubes reveals periodic buckle nucleation and propagation.

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Biting its Own Tail

New nanocontainer with an integrated switch

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Concepts of Nanochemistry—Nanoscience as Part of Undergraduate Studies?

Nikolaus Korber recommends “Concepts of Nanochemistry”, a “fun to read” textbook with high didactic quality addressed to university teachers, students, and the interested general public.

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