nanostructured love

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  • adjective Having a nanostructure; a structure designed on the nano scale

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Examples

  • The potential for improving catalysts is huge and there is a distinct need to invent new catalysts based on inexpensive materials, such as nanostructured metal oxides or metal sulfides.

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  • The potential for improving catalysts is huge and there is a distinct need to invent new catalysts based on inexpensive materials, such as nanostructured metal oxides or metal sulfides.

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  • The potential for improving catalysts is huge and there is a distinct need to invent new catalysts based on inexpensive materials, such as nanostructured metal oxides or metal sulfides.

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  • The researchers 'work was spurred by growing evidence that' nanostructured 'materials can improve the electrochemical properties of lithium-ion batteries, compared to more conventional batteries based on older technologies.

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  • So researchers, including Cho and Stanford materials scientist Yi Cui, have been developing nanostructured silicon designed to better withstand these stresses.

    Sustainable Design Update » Blog Archive » Silicon Nanotubes Improve Batteries

  • Nano has already made it into our homes, but a big fuss hasn't been made because it's just nanostructured particles and surfaces rather than the self-replicating nano-bots of sci-fi.

    Myth of the Rational..., Arnold Kling | EconLog | Library of Economics and Liberty

  • In general, it is very difficult to achieve bulk packing densities of materials using nanostructured electrodes, which may, after all, be something we have to live with, in some instances, if we want them to work.

    Nano for batteries: the challenge of volumetric density

  • Her research group works on the development of "novel nanostructured polymer-based materials" and studies "equilibrium and dynamic forces in thin layers of polymer films."

    2009 L'Oreal-UNESCO Women in Science Awards

  • Her research group works on the development of "novel nanostructured polymer-based materials" and studies "equilibrium and dynamic forces in thin layers of polymer films."

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  • In general, it is very difficult to achieve bulk packing densities of materials using nanostructured electrodes, which may, after all, be something we have to live with, in some instances, if we want them to work.

    Archive 2010-04-01

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