International Year of Light Article Series

International Year of Light 2015 (UNESCO)

Advanced Optical Materials is joining in the activities of the International Year of Light through publishing a special series of review articles.

Modified monolayer graphene interacts strongly with terahertz waves

"Perfect Extinction of Terahertz" – Adv. Opt. Mater.

Confining light into ultra-small metallic gaps dramatically boosts light interaction with graphene.

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A promising anode candidate for the next generation lithium-ion batteries

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Researchers from Pennsylvania State University report on a red phosphorus-graphene nanosheet hybrid as an anode material for lithium-ion batteries.

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Advanced Optical Materials Top 5 – Feb. 2015

"Perfect Extinction of Terahertz" – Adv. Opt. Mater.

The month’s top articles from the field of nano­optics, opto­elec­tron­ics, opti­cal devi­ces, detec­tors & sensors, micro/nano reso­nators and more.

Advanced Optical Materials Top 5 – Jan. 2015

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This month’s top 5 most read articles from Advanced Optical Materials.

Graphene tubes in electrocatalysis

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A group of researchers have developed a new hybrid catalyst technology to reduce oxygen at fuel cell cathodes.

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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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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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Two-dimensional materials: electronic structure and many-body effects

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Special issue, guest-edited by F. Guinea, M. I. Katsnelson, and T. O. Wehling, is focused on electronic structure and other properties of 2D materials.

Si-doped graphene sensors developed

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The Terrones group at The Pennsylvania State University in the US has reported a controlled technique able to dope graphene with silicon atoms.

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