A high performance laccase-based biofuel cell cathode is developed using carbon nanosheets as the catalyst support and buckypaper as the substrate electrode.
A new study has found that “waviness” in forests of vertically-aligned carbon nanotubes dramatically reduces their stiffness.
Shear-flow spinning used to produce poly(vinyl alcohol)/ single-wall carbon nanotubes composite fibers with high nanotube loadings and a unique combination of high-performance properties.
Ultraclean carbon nanotubes hold promise for advances in optical fiber communications, solar cells and LEDs.
Electronic components built from graphene could pave the way for smaller, faster and more green and sustainable electronic devices.
New material consists of many identical piece of grossly warped graphene, each containing exactly 80 carbon atoms joined together in a network of 26 rings.
Mechanical and industrial engineering assistant professor Marilyn Minus has developed a superstrong fiber that rivals the best in the industry.