Latest Heterojunction Stories
A new argument has just been added to the growing case for graphene being bumped off its pedestal as the next big thing in the high-tech world by the two-dimensional semiconductors known as MX2 materials.
GIA announces the release of a trend report on High Electron Mobility Transistor (HEMT).
A new theoretical model developed by professors at the University of Houston (UH) and Université de Montréal may hold the key to methods for developing better materials for solar cells.
As electronics approach the atomic scale, researchers are increasingly successful at developing atomically thin, virtually two-dimensional materials that could usher in the next generation of computing.
Researchers continue to find new combinations of super-materials based on graphene - materials that could change the face of modern engineering and technologies.
“When designing next generation solar energy conversion systems, we must first develop ways to more efficiently utilize the solar spectrum,” explained Lane Martin, whose research group has done just that.
Researchers at the Vienna University of Technology show that a recently discovered class of materials can be used to create a new kind of solar cell.
To the lengthy list of serendipitous discoveries – gravity, penicillin, the New World – add this: Scientists have discovered why a promising technique for making quantum dots and nanorods has so far been a disappointment.
In many ionic materials, including the oxides, surfaces created along specific directions can become electrically charged.
While refining their novel method for making nanoscale wires, chemists at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) discovered an unexpected bonusâ€”a new way to create nanowires that produce light similar to that from light-emitting diodes (LEDs).
- totally perplexed and mixed up.