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nanostructured

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After spin-coating, the nanostructured silicon stamp was brought into conformal contact with the thin active film and annealed at 130[degrees]C for 30 min under a pressure around 5 kPa.
The researchers explain that the good antireflection properties arise due to the nanostructured pattern of the wings, in which the nanostructures' dimensions are smaller than the wavelength of light.
This special issue selects 7 papers about different nanostructured solar cells.
However, recent progress was achieved by integrating functional nanostructured films to nanofluidics.
Our detector captures light without such limitations by taking advantage of a nanostructured surface.
Caption: Krypten's mobile thread showing magenta and green colours and nanostructured 100 images.
With easily scalable and manufacturable formulations, the technology delivers a mechanically robust nanostructured glass coating that combines multiple salient and unique performance enhancements--broadband and onidirectional transparency, graded-index antireflectivity, self-cleaning, antifogging and UV radiation blocking--that no other technology can provide.
Advincula's research focuses on the design, synthesis, and characterization of polymers and nanostructured materials capable of controlled assembly, tethering, and self-organization in ultrathin films and dispersions.
The overall objective of scientists at the University of California was to correlate differences in the distribution patterns of encapsulated materials within solid lipid nanoparticles and nanostructured lipid carriers.
The solution can be integrated with proprietary transmission electron microscopes (TEMs) to observe the effects of heating and electrical bias on nanostructured materials during in situ experiments.
Nanostructured Materials and Nanotechnology; proceedings