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Materials Today (March 2010) is on carbon nanostructure materials

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This month's Materials Today is dedicated to cabon based materials.There are some reviews on graphene, graphene oxide and other nano structures. One article is on use of carbon material in…Continue

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Can anybody help me getting this paper please?Geguzin, Ya.E., Bogdanov, V.V. and Paritskaya, L.N. - Directional Diffusion Mass Transport in Porous Structures; Sov. Powder Metall. Met. Ceram . Vol. 28, no. 9, pp. 692-696. I would appreciate if somebody please send me this paper. Thanks in advance!See More
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Materials Today (March 2010) is on carbon nanostructure materials

This month's Materials Today is dedicated to cabon based materials.There are some reviews on graphene, graphene oxide and other nano structures. One article is on use of carbon material in sprintronics. The issue can be found here:http://e-ditionsbyfry.com/Olive/AM3/RMT/Default.htm?href=RMT/2010/03/01See More
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A highly efficient single-photon source based on a quantum dot in a photonic nanowireA single photon source is demonstrated by Claudon et al (Nanophysique et semiconducteurs), in Nature Photonics using a GaAs quantum wire (2.5 um x 200 nm). The source efficiency was found to be 0.72. To enhance the extraction of light, the wire was grown on a metal (Au)-dielectric (silica) and the tip of the wire was made taper. The Photoluminescence showed bi-excitonic line with higher optical pumping. I think…See More
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A simple device structure (PEDOT-PSS//(PPV + electrolyte)//graphene) emitted yellow light.Important note is graphene was used as cathode and graphene can be printed.Although sheen resistance of grpahene was very high (5 k ohm per sq vs. 20 ohm per sq for ITO).Published in ACSNano. http://pubs.acs.org/doi/pdfplus/10.1021/nn9018569See More
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Looking for a paper!

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Can anybody help me getting this paper please?

Geguzin, Ya.E., Bogdanov, V.V. and Paritskaya, L.N. - Directional Diffusion Mass Transport in Porous Structures; Sov. Powder Metall. Met. Ceram . Vol. 28, no. 9, pp. 692-696. I would appreciate if somebody please send me this paper. Thanks in advance!

Single Photon source is demonstrated using quantum Wire

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A highly efficient single-photon source based on a quantum dot in a photonic nanowire

A single photon source is demonstrated by Claudon et al (Nanophysique et semiconducteurs), in Nature Photonics…

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Graphene as an electrode for LED

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A simple device structure (PEDOT-PSS//(PPV + electrolyte)//graphene) emitted yellow light.

Important note is graphene was used as cathode and graphene can be printed.

Although sheen resistance of grpahene was very high (5 k ohm per sq vs. 20 ohm per sq for ITO).

Published in ACSNano. http://pubs.acs.org/doi/pdfplus/10.1021/nn9018569

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