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Research Highlights Newsletter, 18 July 2008

Nature Nanotechnology

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Graphene: Transparent support
Atoms as small as hydrogen can be observed by using a graphene sheet as a microscope slide


Nanoparticles: Get cracking
Nanoparticles of nickel oxide supported on alumina are good catalysts for removing tar during the conversion of biomass to bioenergy


Graphene oxide: Hot stuff
Thermal annealing or electron beam irradiation can be used to change the band structure of graphene oxide layers for field-effect device applications

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