Showing Spotlights 17 - 20 of 20 in category Nanofiltration (newest first):
Researchers in Singapore functionalized a polymer nanofiber membrane to capture chemical warfare agents such as nerve agents. The nanofibers in the membrane act as a substrate on which the nerve agents get physically adsorbed followed by chemical decomposition.
Jun 12th, 2006
Silver single crystals were facilely synthesized on a large-scale with good reproducibility in water at room temperature in the presence of carboxyl-functionalized carbon nanotubes, without any additional reducing agent/electrochemical reducing, microwave, sonication or irradiations.
Jun 9th, 2006
A new method for preparation of a double-layered nanoporous membrane suitable for virus filtration was developed.
Mar 28th, 2006
A new fabrication technique involving an electrospray can create hemispherical nanocomposite cups with diameters as small as 50 nm.
Feb 15th, 2006