A simple and effective system for photocatalytic CO2 reduction is proposed
Researchers from the Hefei University of Technology and University of Science and Technology of China have improved the cathode performance in lithium-sulfur batteries by embedding carbon nanotube networks within porous carbon.
Researchers have proven that concentrated light, heat and high pressures can drive the one-step conversion of CO2 and water into liquid hydrocarbon fuels.
The ability to electrically control magnetism in a gate dielectric is demonstrated by physicists at North Carolina State University.
A Carbononics special issue in pss RRL – integrating electronics, photonics and spintronics with graphene quantum dots.
Researchers from the University of Calgary in Canada and Washington State University Tri-Cities in the US manipulated the structure of CNTs by introducing nitrogen between carbon atoms in CNTs, and succeeded in improving the charge storage capacity of CNT/polymer nanocomposites.
Researchers develop nanoscale materials that can improve the activities and stabilities of HER catalysts.
Researchers in China make a stretchable graphene-based motion sensor that can monitor all types of human activities with ultrahigh sensitivity.
A team of researchers at Stanford University has developed shape-controlled, self-wrapping electronics based on carbon nanotubes.
Chinese researchers have developed a graphene-based composite material to improve the performance of lithium-sulfur batteries.