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Novel quantum effect discovered in naturally occurring graphene

International research team finds atomically-thin carbon generates its own magnetic field

08-Oct-2021

Usually, the electrical resistance of a material depends very much on its physical dimensions and fundamental properties. Under special circumstances, however, this resistance can adopt a fixed value that is independent of the basic material properties and “quantised” (meaning that it changes in ...

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Researchers create powerful unipolar carbon nanotube muscles

03-Feb-2021

For more than 15 years, researchers at The University of Texas at Dallas and their collaborators in the U.S., Australia, South Korea and China have fabricated artificial muscles by twisting and coiling carbon nanotube or polymer yarns. When thermally powered, these muscles actuate by contracting ...

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Strong, super-tough carbon sheets made at low temperature

08-May-2018

An international research team led by scientists at Beihang University in China and The University of Texas at Dallas has developed high-strength, super-tough sheets of carbon that can be inexpensively fabricated at low temperatures. The team made the sheets by chemically stitching together ...

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Charging ahead to develop better batteries

29-Mar-2018

Cellphones go dark during important conversations because a battery hasn't been recharged. Or the automotive industry revs up with excitement for a new battery-powered vehicle, but it needs frequent recharging. Or yardwork is delayed because the battery for your string trimmer is ...

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A new way to trap dangerous gases

15-Dec-2016

A team of researchers at The University of Texas at Dallas has developed a novel method for trapping potentially harmful gases within microscopic organo-metallic structures. These metal organic frameworks, or MOFs, are made of different building blocks composed of metal ion centers and organic ...

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'Weak' materials offer strong possibilities for electronics

02-Jun-2016

New fundamental research by UT Dallas physicists may accelerate the drive toward more advanced electronics and more powerful computers. The scientists are investigating materials called topological insulators, whose surface electrical properties are essentially the opposite of the properties ...

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U. T. Dallas-led research team produces strong, transparent carbon nanotube sheets

22-Aug-2005

University of Texas at Dallas (UTD) nanotechnologists and an Australian colleague have produced transparent carbon nanotube sheets that are stronger than the same-weight steel sheets and have demonstrated applicability for organic light-emitting displays, low-noise electronic sensors, artificial ...

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U. T. Dallas scientists spin Carbon Nanotube Fibers with record strength and toughness

Breakthrough promises hjost of novel applications, including electronic textiles

16-Jun-2003

Nanotechnology researchers at The University of Texas at Dallas (UTD) and Trinity College, Dublin, Ireland, have announced a breakthrough in spinning carbon nanotube composite fibers that are tougher than any reported polymer fiber made by man or nature. The discovery -- which could lead to many ...

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