Hierarchical structuring in hybrid amorphous/crystalline nanowire bundles provides a promising anode material for lithium-ion batteries.
Direct ink writing has been used to print ultra-lightweight microwave components directly from silicon carbide.
A new approach helps to provide further means for the production of custom-tailored porous materials using the ice-templating process.
Perpendicular inhomogeneities in lithium electrodes have been studied in real time using synchrotron radiation.
Batteries advance with improved efficiency in positive sodium-ion electrodes, achieved using copper and iron.
The same roll-to-roll printing methodologies can be explored for printing of electrochromics, transistor logic and solar cell power units.
High resolution nanolithography from combined fabrication processes creates multifunctional nanoarrays with applications in nanoimprinting and plasmonics.
Researchers from Erlangen-Nuremberg investigated the fracture behaviour of fiber reinforced ceramic composites with Ti3SiC2 fiber coatings.