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Nanomaterials and their Applications

For information regarding applications of a particular nanomaterial follow any of the links below.
Nanomaterial Applications using Carbon Nanotubes
Applications being developed for carbon nanotubes include adding antibodies to nanotubes to form bacteria sensors, making a composite with nanotubes that bend when electric voltage is applied bend the wings of morphing aircraft, adding boron or gold to nanotubes to trap oil spills, include smaller transistors, coating nanotubes with silicon  to make anodes the can increase the capacity of Li-ion batteries by up to 10 times. Check out our Applications of Carbon Nanotubes page to see how carbon nanotubes are being used.
Nanomaterial Applications using graphene
Applications being developed for graphene include using graphene sheets as electodes in ultracapacitors which will have as much storage capacity as batteries but will be able to recharge in minutes, attaching strands of DNA to graphene to form sensors for rapid disease diagnostics, replacing indium in flat screen TVs and making high strenght composite materials. Check out our Applications of Graphene page to see how graphene is being used.
Nanomaterial Applications using Nanocomposites
Applications being developed for nanocomposites include a nanotube-polymer nanocomposite to form a scaffold which speeds up replacement of broken bones, making a graphene-epoxy nanocomposite with very high strenght-to-weight ratios, a nanocomposite made from cellulous and nanotubes used to make a flexible battery. Check out our Applications of Nanocomposites page to see how nanocomposites are being used.