Producing graphene nanosheet hybrid catalysts

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A team introduce a soft processing approach for the continuous synthesis of high-quality graphene nanosheets via electrochemical exfoliation of graphite.

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Organic semiconductors for visible light communications

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Star-shaped organic semiconductors based on boron dipyromethene cores could be alternative color conversion materials for VLC.

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Second-order nonlinearity with silicon waveguides

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Newly published describes the generation of a second order nonlinear susceptibility in silicon by the introduction of an inhomogeneous strain.

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Preparing quantum-dot-dense liquid crystal composites

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Researchers have demonstrated a method to prepare hybrid organic-inorganic multifunctional liquid crystal composites with high quantum dot content.

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Printing graphene for highly flexible electronics

Researchers develop a high concentration graphene ink suitable for screen printing and a screen printing method for fabricating high-resolution patterns.

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Improving supercapacitor rate performance with MXene/CNT composites

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Flexible MXene/carbon composite electrodes composed of alternating layers of titanium carbide-based MXene and carbon nanotubes have been fabricated.

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Controlling the oxygen content in nanometer thick oxide thin films

A MIT research group led by Prof. Harry L. Tuller has attempted to control the oxygen content of oxide thin films in situ through electrochemical methods.

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Transparent electrodes derived from copper and tungsten

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British researchers have reported a window electrode based on an ultra-thin bilayer of copper and amorphous tungsten sub-oxide.

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Data tattoos: integrating electronics onto human skin

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Unusual materials and design strategies enable NFC technology to be embedded into electronic systems that are ultrathin, soft and stretchable, like skin.

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