Nanotechnology in electronics and Energy Production

Increasing capabilities of electronic devices can be increased while reducing their weight and power consumption using Nanotechnology. Nano crystals deposited on plastic sheets form flexible electronic circuits.  Nano magnets are used as switches. Silver nanoparticle ink used to print prototype circuit boards using standard inkjet printers. Bucky balls are used to build dense, low power memory devices Efficient and cost-effective ways of energy production using nanotechnology are being explored. Various explorations are producing high-efficiency light bulbs, Generating electricity from waste heat using nanotubes, graphene layers to increase the binding energy of hydrogen to the graphene surface in a fuel tank, and many other efficient techniques are produced using nanotechnology.

  • Silicon Nano photonics
  • Nanotube transistors
  • Copper nanoparticles
  • Magnetic quantum dots
  • Plasmonic cavities
  • Nanotechnology in Solar Cells

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