This special issue on low-dimensional carbon materials for Small is dedicated to the 20th anniversary of the Center for Nanochemistry at Peking University.
Patchy particles, and Janus particles in particular, already have such broad application potential that it’s hard to believe they are a relatively young concept to nanoscience.
Selective growth of twinned silver nanocubes from high-energy incident light refined by Chad Mirkin and co-workers.
Random branching theory enables the modelling of the solution structure of randomly hyperbranched polymers.
Confocal microscopy and flow cytometry results suggest that nanoparticle uptake defies the expected size limits.