Briefly, this paper reports an alternative synthetic method of inverse vulcanization—mechanochemical synthesis, which allows a broader range of monomer options, and is a greener, safer, and more efficient process compared the current thermal routes.
We conduct electrically driven atomic diffusion reactions for in situ fabrication of different structures inside a TEM. The direction of atomic diffusion can be controlled by the electrical field, while the diffusion path can be tailored by local temperature, resulting in distinct heterostructures.
A group of academic principle investigator from multiple countries (Poland, Taiwan and India) were developed an efficient adsorbent of magnetite nanoparticles decorated PVA-modified PEI-h-BNNSs aerogel (adsorbent) for efficiently capturing of heavy metals and organic dyes from an aqueous solution.
Structural engineering of split-gate FET (SG-FET) is carried out to achieve two different homogeneous MoS2-based switching devices, whose SG gap direction are longitudinal (AND-FET) and latitudinal (OR-FET) to the channel direction.
We image the etching of gold nanorods directly at the solid-liquid-gas interface through liquid cell transmission electron microscopy. The local reaction is dramatically accelerated by up to 20 times when the distance between the gas bubbles and the solid (nanorods) is less than 1 nm.
Nanoplastic pollution in water represents an issue of increasing concern. Here, we developed MXene-derived oxide microrobots able to self-propel in the 3D space under light irradiation to remove nanoplastics from water, allowing further electrochemical detection.
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