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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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On the basis of these differences in distribution, the researchers hypothesized that the relative susceptibility of encapsulated material to peroxyl radicals and oxygen would be the least in solid lipid nanoparticles and the highest in nanostructured lipid carriers.
Germany is the most significant European market and is home to a number of prominent nanostructured coatings product developers, according to the report.
In this work, zirconia-based nanostructured TBCs were deposited by air plasma spraying with reconstituted nanostructured powders.
In September, Hydrogen Solar--a British company that's working with Gratzel to develop the technology--announced that its tandem cell with the nanostructured film had achieved 8 percent efficiency.
The nanostructured batteries also target a more immediate and fast-growing sector within the battery industry -- batteries for portable products such as laptop computers, cell phones, forklifts, wheelchairs and cordless power tools.
This book presents semi-analytical theory and practical applications of a large number of subwavelength and nanostructured optical waveguides and fibers operating in various regions of the electromagnetic spectrum including visible, near and mid-IR and THz.
Nanostructured surfaces were synthesized to this end to boost efficiency of solar systems by increasing the amount of sorption and by decreasing the dispatch.
The project will be carried out in close cooperation with other running projects focusing on membranes and filtering mechanisms, and with another postgraduate from The Link (based in The Netherlands), allowing a validation of the simulation results with experimental results of nanostructured membranes.
Nanostructured and Advanced Materials for Fuel Cells
The Hydrogen safety sensor based on nanostructured palladium cantilevers developed by Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Oak Ridge, Tenn.
We just added a new nanostructured substrate for the deposition of the solar cell.
Researchers prepared nanostructured ferric phosphate using flame spray pyrolysis, an aerosol technology, and created a SSA as high as 195 m2 per g (about 11 nm), which had high solubility and bioavailability.