New methods for materials fabrication at the micro- and nanoscale will drive scientific and technological advances in areas of materials science, chemistry, physics, and biology. The broad diversity of potentially relevant materials, length scales, and architectures underscores the need for flexible patterning approaches. One important example is the fabrication of 3D periodic structures composed of colloidal, polymeric, or semiconductor5 materials.
Noble-Metal Nanostructures with Controlled Morphologies
Developed in the last several years, fluorescence quenching microscopy (FQM) has enabled rapid, inexpensive, and high-fidelity visualization of two-dimensional (2D) materials such as graphene-based sheets and MoS2.
Lithium-Ion Battery Performance: Dependence on Material Synthesis and Post‑Treatment Methods
Testing the Custom PDP Page