Nanostructures

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Nano Structures via Chemistry

† Chemistry & Waterloo Institute of Nanotechnology, University of Waterloo, 200 University Av. West, Waterloo, Ontario N2L 3G1, Canada ‡ Chemistry &…

Magnetic Microscopy of nanostructures

Direct visualisation of the magnetic structure of materials is exciting not only from a fundamental physics perspective, but is also critical for proposed spintronic…

Nanostructured Tissue Engineering

Viability image of live human stem cells (green) seeded on a nano-structured scaffold. There is clear scope for biomaterials and tissue engineering as a future treatment…

Carbon based nanostructures

Our work described in the 14th December 2006 issue of Nanotechnology was based on recent activities in the field of fullerene-based nanostructures. In particular…

Optimization of photonic nanostructures

Astronomy Biomedical Optics & Medical Imaging Defense & Security Electronic Imaging & Signal Processing Illumination & Displays Lasers…

Magnetic nanostructures applications

V. Stepanyuk, O. Brovko, P. R. Diaz, S.K. Saha, C. Schmidt, T. R. Dasa, I. Sivkov An important focus of the group focus lies in the investigation of the electronic…

Layered nanostructures

Metallic layered systems, consisting of alternating superconducting and ferromagnetic layers are studied by measurements of the electronical resistance, the magnetic…

Semiconductor nanostructures for Optoelectronic Devices

To grow the ZnO NRAs on silica microspheres, we layered aluminum-doped ZnO (AZO) as a seed layer over the surface of microspheres by radio-frequency magnetron sputtering…

Nanostructures of ZnO

The scanning electron microscopy images of TZO products in Fig. 2a reveal that TiO2 NPs with diameters in the range of 20–250nm are deposited on one of the frontier…

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