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Nanotechnology

The technology that controls products at the atomic or molecular state. Nanotechnology has uses in information technology, heavy industry and energy.
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Figure 4 depicts the absorption spectra of the control and nanostructured P3HT:PCBM and P3HT:ICBA films.
The objective is to provide an opportunity for interdisciplinary researchers to share their latest research achievements in nanostructured solar cells and let the potential readers learn some insightful concepts in this exciting field of photovoltaic energy concepts.
Separation can run by different separation modes at the same nanostructured surface.
Imaging measurements showed a significant exclusion of the encapsulated dye molecules from the lipid core of the solid lipid nanoparticles, as compared to the nanostructured lipid carriers.
The review paper explains why nanostructure plays an important role in strengthening materials, and the conditions required to design and develop such "nanostructured" materials.
The file is written in three layers of nanostructured dots separated by five micrometres (one millionth of a metre).
specializes in the research & development of first-to-market nanocoatings and licensing of 3D nanostructured coating polymers to a world leading paint manufacture.
He was named an inventor in US Patents 5,820,695 and 6,007,769 for precise nanostructured liquid crystals used in Liquid Drano that were invented jointly at USM and SC Johnson Wax.
Rolith's nanostructured coatings are used in the renewable energy, green building and consumer electronics markets, and the company will utilize the S5 million investment to step up business development in an effort to address the current market need for industrial-scale nanostructured coatings.
Harvard University researchers recently designed nanostructured materials that repel water droplets before they can freeze, a finding that could lead to ice-free airplane wings, buildings, power lines, and highways.