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31. Controlling Foam Flammability and Mechanical Behavior by Tailoring the Composition of Clay-Based Multilayer Nanocoatings
Topic: Nanomaterials
Published: 9/23/2013
Authors: Yu-Chin Li, Yeon S. Kim, John R Shields, Rick D Davis
Abstract: This is the most comprehensive evaluation of Layer-by-Layer (LbL) coatings intended to reduce the flammability of polymeric materials. Through a systematic variation of the coating recipe, an ideal combination of the coating attributes was ide ...

32. Controlling the size and the activity of Fe particles for synthesis of carbon nanotubes
Topic: Nanomaterials
Published: 11/1/2012
Authors: See-Wee Chee, Renu Sharma
Abstract: The properties of carbon nanotubes (CNTs) are controlled by their structure and morphology. Therefore, their selective synthesis, using catalytic chemical vapor deposition, requires precise control on a number of parameters including the size and act ...

33. Core-shell composite of SiCN and multiwalled carbon nanotubes from Toluene dispersion
Topic: Nanomaterials
Published: 5/21/2010
Authors: John H Lehman, Katherine E. Hurst, Gurpreet Singh, Elisabeth Mansfield, John D. Perkins, Christopher L Cromer
Abstract: Carbon nanotubes are known to have high thermal conductivity, and in bulk form, a topology that could constitute the matrix of an inhomogeneous solid. Among the promised applications of carbon nanotubes is a composite material that is practical for t ...

34. Crystallization of Polyethylene Oxide Patterend by Nanoimprint Lithography
Topic: Nanomaterials
Published: 3/28/2007
Authors: Brian C. Okerberg, Christopher L Soles, Jack F Douglas, Hyun W. Ro, Alamgir Karim
Abstract: The crystallization behavior of poly(ethylene oxide) (PEO) films patterned by nanoimprint lithography is studied. The imprinted PEO film consists of parallel lines, approximately 240 nm wide and 320 nm tall, on a 400 nm pitch with a residual laye ...

35. Depressed Phase Transition in Solution-Grown VO2 Nanostructures
Topic: Nanomaterials
Published: 7/1/2009
Authors: Daniel A Fischer, Luisa Whittaker, Cherno Jaye, Zugen Fu, Sarbajit Banerjee
Abstract: The first-order metal insulator phase transition in VO2 is characterized by an ultrafast several orders of magnitude change in electrical conductivity and optical transmittance, which makes this material an attractive candidate for the fabrication of ...

36. Determination of Moisture Content of Single-Wall Carbon Nanotubes
Topic: Nanomaterials
Published: 10/17/2011
Authors: Rolf Louis Zeisler, Rabia Oflaz, Ralph E. Sturgeon, Rick L Paul, Brian E Lang, Jeffrey A Fagan, Joseph W Lam, Anthony Windust, P Grinberg, Benoit Simard, Christopher T. Kingston
Abstract: Several techniques were evaluated for the establishment of reliable water/moisture content of single-wall carbon nanotubes. Karl Fischer titration (KF) provides for a direct measure of the water content and was used for benchmarking against results ...

37. Determination of nanoparticle surface coatings and nanoparticle Purity using microscale thermogravimetric analysis analysis
Topic: Nanomaterials
Published: 1/8/2014
Authors: Elisabeth Mansfield, Christopher Michael Poling, Jenifer L. (Jenifer) Blacklock, Katherine M Tyner
Abstract: The use of nanoparticles in some applications (i.e., nanomedical, nanofiltration or nanoelectronic) requires small-scale samples with well-known purities and composition. In addition, when nanoparticles are introduced into complex environments ( ...

38. Development of Multilayer Analyzer Array Detectors for X-ray Fluorescence at the Third Generation Synchrotron Source
Topic: Nanomaterials
Published: 8/5/2004
Authors: Z M Zhang, G Rosenbaum, Q Liu, Daniel A Fischer
Abstract: It is a natural to use multilayer analyzers as energy resolving x-ray fluorescence detection in the lower energy region to use multilayer analyzers. The analyzer array detectors can afford large detection solid angle, superb energy resolution, and ...

39. Dielectric characterization by microwave cavity perturbation corrected for non-uniform fields
Topic: Nanomaterials
Published: 7/23/2014
Authors: Nathan Daniel Orloff, Jan Obrzut, Christian John Long, Thomas Fung Lam, James C Booth, David R Novotny, James Alexander Liddle, Pavel Kabos
Abstract: The non-uniform fields that occur due to the slot in the cavity through which the sample is inserted and those due to the sample geometry itself decrease the accuracy of dielectric characterization by cavity perturbation at microwave frequencies. ...

40. Differentiation and characterization of isotopically modified silver nanoparticles in aqueous media using asymmetric-flow field flow fractionation coupled to optical detection and mass spectrometry
Topic: Nanomaterials
Published: 12/10/2012
Authors: Julien C. Gigault, Vincent A Hackley
Abstract: The principal objective of this work was to develop and demonstrate a new methodology for silver nanoparticle (AgNP) detection and characterization based on asymmetric-flow field flow fractionation (A4F) coupled to multiple detectors and using stable ...

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