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By / January 8, 2013

Check ’em out: InGaN-based vertical LEDs with acid-modified graphene transparent conductor and highly reflective membrane current blocking layer The two-dimensionality and structural flatness make graphene films ideal candidates for thin film devices and combination with other semiconductor materials. In this work, vertical light emitting diodes (VLEDs) with highly reflective membrane as current blocking layer and…

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Novel electrochemical strain microscopy developed to study Li-ion movement

By / September 14, 2010

According to a press release, Oak Ridge researchers have developed a new type of scanning probe microscopy called electrochemical strain microscopy that examines the movement of Li-ions through a battery’s cathode material. The research, “Nanoscale mapping of ion diffusion in a lithium-ion battery cathode,” is published in Nature Nanotechnology. Results were achieved by applying voltage…

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