Volume 2

Issue 02,2009

(8 articles)

face=Verdana>Zhuang Liu, Scott Tabakman, Kevin Welsher, and Hongjie Dai()

In this comprehensive review, we have summarized the main results of our and other groups in using carbon nanotubes for biomedical applications including in vitro and in vivo biological detection, drug delivery and imaging. We have also discussed several controversial questions regarding toxicology, biodistribution and long term fate of carbon nanotubes.
2009, 2: 85-120

Lorenzo Berti 1,2, Paola Serena D’Agostino1 , Kelly Boeneman3 , and Igor L. Medintz3()

Schematic of the peptidyl-DNA conjugate formed from linking dyelabeled thiolated-DNA to the reactive iodoacetyl peptide synthesized in this study. Self-assembly of the peptidyl-DNA conjugate to the QD surface is mediated by the terminal polyhistidine (His6) peptide sequence through metal-affinity coordination and results in efficient FRET from the QD donor to the dye attached on the proximal DNA.
2009, 2: 121-129

face=Verdana>Dingsheng Wang, Chenhui Hao, Wen Zheng, Xiaoling Ma, Deren Chu, Qing Peng, and Yadong Li()

A facile method with high productivity has been designed to fabricate uniform Bi2S3 nanotubes. The classic rolling mechanism was proposed to be responsible for the nanotube formation.
2009, 2: 130-134

Shabnam Virji1 , Robert Kojima 2, Jesse D. Fowler 1, Joey G. Villanueva2 , Richard B. Kaner 2, and Bruce H. Weiller1()

Sensitive chemical sensors for gaseous phosgene are produced from composites of polyaniline nanofibers with organic amines. Neat polyaniline nanofibers show no response but the amine composites show a strong doping response due to the acid produced from the reaction of phosgene with the amine.
2009, 2: 135-142

Yong Song1, Rahul Premachandran Nair1, Min Zou1 (), and Yongqiang Wang2

A superhydrophobic micro/nano-textured surface has been fabricated by a technique which is compatible with the micro-electro-mechanical systems (MEMS) fabrication process.
2009, 2: 143-150

Zhengtao Deng1,2,3 , Dong Chen1 , Fangqiong Tang1() , Jun Ren 1, and Anthony J. Muscat 2

Single-crystalline purple-blue photoluminescence emitting orthorhombic antimony trioxide (Sb2O3) nanobelts with unique elliptical cross sections and three-dimensional (3-D) flower-like nanostructures formed by their self-assembly are reported.
2009, 2: 151-160

face=Verdana>Ksenia V. Bets and Boris I. Yakobson()

Large thermal fluctuation of graphene sheets and ribbons are replaces by the stable patterns of twist or edge-frills caused by intrinsic edge forces.
2009, 2: 161-166

Ninad Pimparkar 1, Qing Cao 2, John A. Rogers2 (), and Muhammad A. Alam1()

Carbon Nanonets form an exciting new class of materials for applications such as display technology and flexible electronics. In this paper we describe a new scalable way of obtaining high yield nanonet transistors.
2009, 2: 167-175