Multidisciplinary; Nanoscience & Nanotechnology; Materials Science

Nanoscale heat transport analysis by scanning thermal microscopy: from calibration to high-resolution measurements

Authors: Vera-Londono, L; Ruiz-Clavijo, A; Perez-Taborda, JA; Martin-Gonzalez, M Article. Nanoscale Adv.. vol: 4. page: 2516-0230. Date: jul-29. 2022. Doi: 10.1039/d2na00287f. Abstract: Scanning thermal microscopy (SThM) is a powerful technique for thermal characterization. However, one of the most challenging aspects of thermal characterization is obtaining quantitative information on thermal conductivity with nanoscale lateral resolution. We used

Effects of nanostructuration on the electrochemical performance of metallic bioelectrodes

Authors: Mobini, S; Gonzalez, MU; Caballero-Calero, O; Patrick, EE; Martin-Gonzalez, M; Garcia-Martin, JM Article. Nanoscale. vol: 14. page: 2040-3364. Date: feb-24. 2022. Doi: 10.1039/d1nr06280h. Abstract: The use of metallic nanostructures in the fabrication of bioelectrodes (e.g., neural implants) is gaining attention nowadays. Nanostructures provide increased surface area that might benefit the performance of bioelectrodes. However, there

Revisiting anodic alumina templates: from fabrication to applications

Authors: Ruiz-Clavijo, A; Caballero-Calero, O; Martin-Gonzalez, M Review. Nanoscale. vol: 13. page: 2040-3364.Date: JAN 28. 2021.Doi: 10.1039/d0nr07582e.Abstract: Anodic porous alumina, -AAO- (also known as nanoporous alumina, nanohole alumina arrays, -NAA- or nanoporous anodized alumina platforms, -NAAP-) has opened new opportunities in a wide range of fields, and is used as an advanced photonic structure for applications

Thermal conductivity of Bi2Te3 nanowires: how size affects phonon scattering

Authors: Rojo, MM; Abad, B; Manzano, CV; Torres, P; Cartoixa, X; Alvarez, FX; Gonzalez, MM Article. Nanoscale. vol: 9. page: 2040-3364. Date: may-28. 2017. Doi: 10.1039/c7nr02173a. Abstract: This work provides an in-depth study of how the thermal conductivity of stoichiometric [110] Bi2Te3 nanowires becomes affected when reducing its diameter from an experimental and theoretical point of

Decrease in thermal conductivity in polymeric P3HT nanowires by size-reduction induced by crystal orientation: new approaches towards thermal transport engineering of organic materials (vol 6, pg 7858, 2014)

Authors: Rojo, MM; Martin, J; Grauby, S; Borca-Tasciuc, T; Dilhaire, S; Martin-Gonzalez, M Correction. Nanoscale. vol: 7. page: 2040-3364. Date: . 2015. Doi: 10.1039/c5nr90020d. Abstract: .

Decrease in thermal conductivity in polymeric P3HT nanowires by size-reduction induced by crystal orientation: new approaches towards thermal transport engineering of organic materials

Authors: Rojo, MM; Martin, J; Grauby, S; Borca-Tasciuc, T; Dilhaire, S; Martin-Gonzalez, M Article. Nanoscale. vol: 6. page: 2040-3364. Date: . 2014. Doi: 10.1039/c4nr00107a. Abstract: To date, there is no experimental characterization of thermal conductivity of semiconductor polymeric individual nanowires embedded in a matrix. This work reports on scanning thermal microscopy measurements in a 3 omega

Review on measurement techniques of transport properties of nanowires

Authors: Rojo, MM; Calero, OC; Lopeandia, AF; Rodriguez-Viejo, J; Martin-Gonzalez, M Review. Nanoscale. vol: 5. page: 2040-3364. Date: . 2013. Doi: 10.1039/c3nr03242f. Abstract: Physical properties at the nanoscale are novel and different from those in bulk materials. Over the last few decades, there has been an ever growing interest in the fabrication of nanowire structures for

The use of PEEK nanorod arrays for the fabrication of nanoporous surfaces under high temperature: SiNx example

Authors: Martin, J; Martin-Gonzalez, M Article. Nanoscale. vol: 4. page: 2040-3364. Date: . 2012. Doi: 10.1039/c2nr30885a. Abstract: Large area silicon nitride (SiNx) nanoporous surfaces are fabricated using poly(ether-ether-ketone) (PEEK) nanorod arrays as a template. The procedure involves manipulation of nanoporous anodic aluminum oxide (AAO) templates in order to form an ordered array of PEEK nanopillars with

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