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Metal Oxide–Carbon Nanocomposites for Energy Storage and Conversion
Increased energy demand with the exponential growth in population has become one of the major challenges that mankind has to face. To overcome the growing energy demand, there is a significant need to find either a sustainable ...
Investigation of Titanium Oxide Characteristics on Healing Abutments: Retrieval Characterization and Soft-Tissue Compatibility
Titanium implant healing abutments (IHAs) are a temporary component of the dental implant system that have a vital role in soft tissue healing and shaping after implant body placement. A large amount of studies have been ...
Sources of Delectric Loss in Polypropylene Based Nanocomposites
As data-rate communication speeds continue to increase to hundreds of GHz, low-loss polymer nanocomposites have emerged as a promising material for producing interconnects and waveguides capable of operating at these high ...
Resolving Nitrogen Bases in Single Stranded DNA with Hexagonal Boron Nitride/ ALD TiO₂ Nanopores
Recent advances in the synthesis and quality of 2D materials within the last decade, such as graphene and MoS₂, have led to a new generation of solid state nanopore DNA sequencing devices with improved sub-nanometer spatial ...
Titanium Oxide Nanotubes Decorated with Ruthenium Oxide Nanoparticles for Photodegradation of Malachite Green, Methylene Blue, and Indigo Carmine
Titanium dioxide (TiO₂) is the most widely studied material for photodegradation of organic contaminants thanks to its activity as well as the abundance, low-cost, and multiple nanostructures (particles, rods, and tubes). ...