Analysis of complex systems at the nanoscale is an ever-growing area of research. Nanoscale systems are extremely small, often measuring less than 100 nanometers in size and yet the amount of new information being uncovered at that scale is vast. Specialized techniques and technologies are giving researchers the tools to uncover and better understand these systems in the development and utilization of advanced materials.
This article collection hopes to share some of the research and discoveries that today’s advanced technologies and techniques are making in the world of complex nanoscale systems.
What you will learn about:
- 3D spirals
- Semiconducting polymers
- Epitaxial graphene, and more!
Articles contained in the collection:
- Soft Plasmene Helical Nanostructures. (Shi et al.)
- Mechanical Properties of Organic Electronic Polymers on the Nanoscale. (Panchal et al.)
- Giant Increase of Hardness in Silicon Carbide by Metastable Single Layer Diamond-Like Coating. (Rejhon et al.)
- Effect of Molecular Weight on the Morphology of a Polymer Semiconductor–Thermoplastic Elastomer Blend. (Peña-Alcántara et al.)
- Intrinsic Mechanical Compliance of 90° Domain Walls in PbTiO (Nguyen et al.)