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  • noun Plural form of nanopillar.

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  • Here, we show that when reduced to 100 nm, Zr-based metallic glass nanopillars attain ceramic-like strengths (2.25 %) simultaneously.

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  • Los Angeles, developed a 1-by-2-centimeter silicon chip that is covered with densely packed nanopillars coated with an antibody that binds to a protein known as epithelial-cell adhesion molecule

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  • The cells designed by Solasta are built on a substrate forested with long, thin, vertically arrayed nanopillars.

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  • As yet, there are no immediate applications for the new materials, although it may be possible to combine the nanopillars into arrays, which could then form the building blocks of larger hierarchical structures with the strength and ductility of the smaller objects.

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  • Solasta fabricates on arrays of nanopillars, rather than flat areas, boosting the efficiency of amorphous silicon solar cells to about 10 percent -- still less than crystalline silicon panels, but more than the thin-film amorphous silicon panels on the market today.

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  • The cells designed by Solasta are built on a substrate forested with long, thin, vertically arrayed nanopillars.

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  • Though the silicon layer is thin, a photon still has a relatively long path to travel down the length of the nanopillars, and a good chance of transferring its energy to an electron.

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  • Though the silicon layer is thin, a photon still has a relatively long path to travel down the length of the nanopillars, and a good chance of transferring its energy to an electron.

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  • Solasta fabricates on arrays of nanopillars, rather than flat areas, boosting the efficiency of amorphous silicon solar cells to about 10 percent -- still less than crystalline silicon panels, but more than the thin-film amorphous silicon panels on the market today.

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  • As yet, there are no immediate applications for the new materials, although it may be possible to combine the nanopillars into arrays, which could then form the building blocks of larger hierarchical structures with the strength and ductility of the smaller objects.

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