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Carbon nanotubes (fuel cell catalyst support)

Carbon nanotubes used as catalyst support for fuel cell and hydrogen generation research. After being suspended in a surfactant solution, the carbon nanotubes precipitated when acetone was added. Duration : 0:0:27

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IB Electrophoresis in UG

Our biological group has recently visited The University of Gdańsk and made a very interesting experiment…. Duration : 0:2:29

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SDS PAGE

A video showing SDS polyacrylamide gel electrophoresis in ~120x time (constant voltage). Note the stained markers on the right. Duration : 0:0:38

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Movie 2 : Carbon nanotubes as you have never “seen” them

http://www.nano2hybrids.net: Second video of 3D-imaging of gold c ers deposited on carbon nanotubes. These two videos were generated by recording several TEM (transmission electron microscope) images of the same nanotube at different tilt angles, and by using a dedicated computer program to construct a 3-dimensional view. This work was carried out on samples provided by […]

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Movie 1 : Carbon nanotubes as you have never “seen” them

http://www.nano2hybrids.net : First video of 3D-imaging of gold c ers deposited on carbon nanotubes. These two videos were generated by recording several TEM (transmission electron microscope) images of the same nanotube at different tilt angles, and by using a dedicated computer program to construct a 3-dimensional view. This work was carried out on samples provided […]

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Nanotube caught on video 2

http://www.neoteo.com/ A team of scientists, including researchers at Cambridge University, have successfully produced live video footage that shows how carbon nanotubes, more than 10,000 times smaller in diameter than a human hair, form. The video sequences show nanofibres and nanotubes nucleating around miniscule particles of nickel and are already offering greater insight into how these […]

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Inside CNSE: “Lab on a Chip” and Nanobioscience Technology

James Castracane, head of CNSE’s Nanobiosciences Constellation and Professor of Nanoscience, introduces a “lab on a chip” and its uses in nanobioscience technology Duration : 0:1:26