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Nanostructures for few molecules detection

This video was recorded at SLONANO Workshop on Functional Nanostructures and Particles, Portorož 2008. Nanostructured... see more
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Author: Enzo di Fabrizio
Date Added: Feb 10, 2015 Date Modified: Feb 10, 2015
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Bioactive nanoparticles and carbon nanotubes for new generation tissue engineering scaffolds

This video was recorded at SLONANO Workshop on Functional Nanostructures and Particles, Portorož 2008. Nanostructured... see more
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Author: Aldo Boccaccini
Date Added: Feb 10, 2015 Date Modified: Feb 10, 2015
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Single atom manipulation and spectroscopy using low-temperature STM

This video was recorded at SLONANO conference, Ljubljana 2007. STM, operated under extremely clean and stable conditions... see more
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Author: Erik Zupanič
Date Added: Feb 10, 2015 Date Modified: Feb 10, 2015
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The Styrian activities in nano Surface Engineering: Development of nanostructured coatings for the design of multifunctional surfaces

This video was recorded at SLONANO conference, Ljubljana 2007. The surface of technical products and components of daily... see more
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Author: Wolfgang Waldhanser
Date Added: Feb 10, 2015 Date Modified: Feb 10, 2015
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The first inorganic nanopods and nanobuds

This video was recorded at SLONANO conference, Ljubljana 2007. The discovery of WS2 and MoS2 nanotubes and inorganic... see more
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Author: Marko Viršek
Date Added: Feb 10, 2015 Date Modified: Feb 10, 2015
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Optical Properties and Excitonic Effects in Mo-S-I Nanowires

This video was recorded at SLONANO conference, Ljubljana 2007. In this contribution we discuss the role of excitons in the... see more
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Author: Igor Vilfan
Date Added: Feb 10, 2015 Date Modified: Feb 10, 2015
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Novel routes to nano-materials for Li-ion batteries

This video was recorded at SLONANO conference, Ljubljana 2007. Advanced Li-ion batteries providing enhanced storage... see more
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Author: Mario Valvo
Date Added: Feb 10, 2015 Date Modified: Feb 21, 2015
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FT-IR microspectroscopy: a powerful tool for spatially resolved studies on supports for solid phase organic synthesis

This video was recorded at SLONANO conference, Ljubljana 2007. Solid Phase Organic Synthesis (SPOS) is an efficient... see more
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Author: Lisa Vaccari
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Some topics in theoretical nanofriction

This video was recorded at SLONANO conference, Ljubljana 2007. As is natural for all properties determined by surfaces and... see more
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Author: Erio Tosatti
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Self-assembled Mo6S9-xIx networks

This video was recorded at SLONANO conference, Ljubljana 2007. Mo6S9-xIx (MoSIx) nanowires have been known to easily bond to... see more
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Author: Jure Strle
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