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Recent experiments demonstrate that high pressure is a powerful tool for the synthesis of new unusual inorganic polymers consisting of low-Z elements. However, experience within organic chemistry, for example, polyethylene, provides evidence that polymeric phases with high thermal stability can...
Creating π-conjugated nanowires and controlling their self-organization on surfaces are key issues in the fields of molecular, supramolecular and organic electronics. A new electrochemical method provides a promising route for creating polymer nanowire arrays.
Ceramic composites reinforced with nanoscale materials such as nanotubes are widely expected to have superior mechanical properties compared with more conventional composite materials. However, new work shows that the toughness of these nanocomposites can be severely overestimated when measured...
Supramolecular interactions between organic molecules not only enable them to self-organize into large regular assemblies, but also enhance their electronic and luminescent properties, which should help to improve the performance of organic devices.
Carbon nanotubes have great potential as polymer additives, but they are difficult to process. A mixture of nanotubes in a polypropylene melt exhibits enhanced electrical conductivity and an unusual flow force that simplifies processing.
Despite rosy prospects, the use of nanostructured metals and alloys as advanced structural and functional materials has remained controversial until recently. Only in recent years has a breakthrough been outlined in this area, associated both with development of new routes for the fabrication of...
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