Found 94 articles associated to the institution National Institute for Materials Science.
Chemical Wiring and Soldering toward All-Molecule Electronic Circuitry2-June-2011
National Institute of Materials Science announced that a chemical wiring method has been developed for interconnection of each organic molecule by electrically conductive polymers.
Low Voltage Electron Diffractive Imaging of Atomic Structure in Single-Walled Carbon Nanotubes2-June-2011
A research group led by Professor Kazutoshi Gohara in cooperation with Hitachi, Ltd. has succeeded in imaging individual atoms in single-walled carbon nanotubes.
Tailoring Bilayer Interfaces in Organic Photovoltaic Cells to Improve Output Voltage2-June-2011
Associate Professor Keisuke Tajima of the University of Tokyo and his colleagues succeeded in improving output voltage of organic thin-film photovoltaic cells by tailoring bilayer interfaces under the support of JST.
Observation and Electric Current Control of a Local Spin in a Single-Molecule Magnet28-March-2011
By successfully changing the spin of a molecule, researchers have been able to perform an on/off operation for a molecular magnet. Such reversible switching paves the way for single molecule memory.
Solar Cells Will be Fabricated by a Single Organic Semiconductor28-March-2011
The fabrication of organic thin-film solar cells has been simplified due to new research findings. Where previously two types of organic semiconductors were required, doping the semiconductor fullerene with molybdenum oxide renders the use of phthalocyanine unneccessary.
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