• What are Nanomaterials?

    Nanomaterials can be defined as materials possessing, at minimum, one external dimension measuring 1-100nm. The definition given by the European Commission states that the particle size of at least half of the particles in the number size distribution must measure 100nm or below. Nanomaterials ca...
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  • 3D crinkled porous Ti3C2 MXene architectures coupled with NiCoP bimetallic phosphide nanoparticles

    Recently, Longwei Yin’s research team from Shandong University published an article on Energy & Environmental Science,the title is Alkali-induced 3D crinkled porous Ti3C2 MXene architectures coupled with NiCoP bimetallic phosphide nanoparticles as anodes for high-performance sodium-ion ...
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  • fighting The Covid-19,Do what a responsible country do,Ensure the safety of our products and employees

    Starting in January 2020, an infectious disease called “Novel Coronavirus Infection Outbreak Pneumonia” has occurred in Wuhan, China. The epidemic touched the hearts of people all over the world, in the face of the epidemic, Chinese people up and down the country, are actively fightin...
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  • Functional nanomaterials: Fit for purpose

    Functional nanomaterials: Fit for purpose

    Functional nanomaterials present at least one dimension in the nanometer scale, a size range that can give them unique optical, electronic or mechanical properties, which are radically different from the corresponding bulk material. Due to their small dimensions, they have very large area to volu...
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