Position:Home > TAG > for
  • <b>No limit yet for carbon nanotube fibers</b>

    No limit yet for carbon nanotube fibers

    The Rice lab of chemical and biomolecular engineer Matteo Pasquali reported in Carbon it has developed its strongest and most conductive fibers yet, made of long carbon nanotubes through a wet spinning process. In the new study led by Rice...
  • <b>Anode material for safe batteries with a long cycle life</b>

    Anode material for safe batteries with a long cycle life

    The demand for electric vehicles is increasing, accompanied by a growing need for smart grids that ensure a sustainable energy supply. These and other mobile and stationary technologies require suitable batteries. Storing as much energy as...
  • <b>Scientists develop new material for longer-lasting fuel cells</b>

    Scientists develop new material for longer-lasting fuel cells

    In the study, published today in the journal Nanoscale , scientists produced graphene via a special, scalable technique and used it to develop hydrogen fuel cell catalysts. The research team, involving scientists from Queen Mary University...
  • <b>Serendipity broadens the scope for making graphite</b>

    Serendipity broadens the scope for making graphite

    Described in a research paper published today in Nature's Communications Materials , the new technique does not require the typical metal catalysts or special raw materials to turn carbon into crystalline graphite. Interestingly it was inst...
    • Total 1 Page4