Engineering nanosheet-based novel structures
Grant number: FT120100473 | Funding period: 2012 - 2016
Microscopic structures will be engineered based on super thin materials, which promise to deliver significant advancements in the development of high sensitivity detectors, and efficient energy conversion and storage devices. This project will develop techniques that are not only green but also possess the flexibility to tailor-make novel structures.
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Crystallization of Femtoliter Surface Droplet Arrays Revealed by Synchrotron Small-Angle X-ray Scattering
Brendan Dyett, Lisa Zychowski, Lei Bao, Thomas G Meikle, Shuhua Peng, Haitao Yu, Miaosi Li, Jamie Strachan, Nigel Kirby, Amy Logan, Charlotte E Conn, Xuehua Zhang
The crystallization of oil droplets is critical in the processing and storage of lipid-based food and pharmaceutical products. Arr..
Large Scale Flow-Mediated Formation and Potential Applications of Surface Nanodroplets
Haitao Yu, Shuhua Peng, Lei Lei, Jiwei Zhang, Tamar L Greaves, Xuehua Zhang
Microscopic droplets located on a solid substrate in contact with an immiscible liquid promise a broad range of applications in mi..