A new use for atomically engineered gold

A University of Central Florida assistant professor has developed a new material using nanotechnology, which could help keep pilots and sensitive equipment safe from destructive lasers. Working with gold nanoparticles and studying their properties when they are shrunk into a small size regime called nanoclusters, the team found that nanoclusters developed by adding atoms in a sequential manner could provide interesting optical properties.

A new use for atomically engineered gold

A University of Central Florida assistant professor has developed a new material using nanotechnology, which could help keep pilots and sensitive equipment safe from destructive lasers.

Wed 29 Aug 12 from Phys.org

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Nanomaterials That Can Safeguard Against Destructive Lasers

By Gary Thomas Assistant Professor Jayan Thomas from the University of Central Florida has synthesized a new nanomaterial which has the potential to safeguard sensitive equipment and pilots ...

Fri 31 Aug 12 from AZoNano

New nanomaterial could help keep pilots and sensitive equipment safe from destructive lasers

Scientists have developed a new material using nanotechnology, which could help keep pilots and sensitive equipment safe from destructive lasers.

Wed 29 Aug 12 from ScienceDaily

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