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Monthly Archives: September 2015

A New Approach for Producing Polymer Nanoparticles

A New Approach for Producing Polymer Nanoparticles

A New Approach for Producing Polymer Nanoparticles Ge et al. developed a new type of protein-polymer hybrid nanoparticles made of hydrophilic denatured bovine serum albumin (BSA) covalently bonded to hydrophobic… Read more »

SiC Nanofluids for Heat Transfer Applications

SiC Nanofluids for Heat Transfer Applications

SiC Nanofluids for Heat Transfer Applications Nanofluids (NFs) are nanotechnology-based colloidal suspensions fabricated by suspending nanoparticles (NPs) in a base liquid. These fluids have shown potential to improve the heat… Read more »

A Facile Method to Synthesize Anode Materials for Li-ion Batteries

A Facile Method to Synthesize Anode Materials for Li-ion Batteries

A Facile Method to Synthesize Anode Materials for Li-ion Batteries It is reported that electrode material with novel design and hybrid nanostructure can enhance they electrochemistry performance, which can result… Read more »

A Promising Method for Engineering the Number of Graphene Layers by Oxygen Plasma Etching

A Promising Method for Engineering the Number of Graphene Layers by Oxygen Plasma Etching

A Promising Method for Engineering the Number of Graphene Layers by Oxygen Plasma Etching Haider et al. have recently studied a singular sheet etching process using oxygen plasma to engineer… Read more »

A facile Hydrothermal Route for the Synthesis of Nanoscale Cuprous Chloride (CuCl) Cubic Electrode Materials

A facile Hydrothermal Route for the Synthesis of Nanoscale Cuprous Chloride (CuCl) Cubic Electrode Materials

A facile Hydrothermal Route for the Synthesis of Nanoscale Cuprous Chloride (CuCl) Cubic Electrode Materials  Yin et al reported the synthesis of nanoscale cuprous chloride (CuCl) cubic structure by a… Read more »

Temperature-dependent of Nonlinear Optical Conductance of Graphene-based Systems in High-intensity Terahertz Field

Temperature-dependent of Nonlinear Optical Conductance of Graphene-based Systems in High-intensity Terahertz Field

Temperature-dependent of Nonlinear Optical Conductance of Graphene-based Systems in High-intensity Terahertz Field Jing et al. has theoretically investigated the temperature-dependent nonlinear optical response of graphene-based systems, including single layer graphene,… Read more »