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Rutgers experts discover easy way to make graphene for flexible and printable electronics, energy storage, and catalysis
Rutgers University engineers have found a simple method for producing high-quality graphene that can be used in next-generation electronic and energy devices: bake the compound in a microwave oven. "This is a major advance in the graphene field," said Manish Chhowalla, professor and associate ...
Duckweed is a tiny floating plant that's been known to drive people daffy. It's one of the smallest and fastest-growing flowering plants that often becomes a hard-to-control weed in ponds and small lakes. But it's also been exploited to clean contaminated water and as a source to produce ...
Rutgers University physicist Karin Rabe has been elected to membership in the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, one of the nation's most prestigious honorary societies and a leading center for independent policy research. Rabe is a professor II in the Department of Physics and Astronomy in ...
Previously predicted but unobserved interactions between massless particles may lead to speedy, powerful electronic devices
Rutgers researchers have discovered novel electronic properties in two-dimensional sheets of carbon atoms called graphene that could one day be the heart of speedy and powerful electronic devices. The new findings, previously considered possible by physicists but only now being seen in the ...
Material has potential to improve solar cell efficiency, computer chip design
Physicists at Rutgers University have discovered unusual electronic properties in a material that has potential to improve solar cell efficiency and computer chip design. The scientists determined that a crystal made of bismuth, iron and oxygen can perform an electronic feat typically not ...
A new particle characterization and rheology laboratory is being installed at the Center for Ceramic Research (CCR) at Rutgers (State University of New Jersey), as part of a collaborative project between the university and Malvern Instruments. Malvern is providing a suite of state-of-the-art ...
Rice, Rutgers physicists explain, predict properties of iron compounds
Physicists from Rice and Rutgers universities have published a new theory that explains some of the complex electronic and magnetic properties of iron "pnictides." In a series of startling discoveries this spring, pnictides were shown to superconduct at relatively high temperatures. The ...
Quantum mechanical triplet of magnetic spin and electron pair may lead to superconductivity at higher temperatures
Physicists at Rutgers and Columbia universities have gained new insight into the origins of superconductivity - a property of metals where electrical resistance vanishes - by studying exotic chemical compounds that contain neptunium and plutonium. While superconductivity holds promise for ...
Agilent Technologies Inc. today announced that the European Physical Society (EPS) has awarded the 2006 Agilent Europhysics Prize for Outstanding Achievement in Condensed Matter Physics to four scientists for their development and application of the Dynamical Mean Field Theory, which explains ...
Finished in one step: nanoscale octahedral nanocontainers
Nanoscale containers are in high demand because of their ability to enclose molecules. They can, for example, be used asmolecular reaction chambers for controlled chemical reactions or as transporters and storage containers for drugs or pesticides; they can also filter poisonous substances out of ...