This Sci Media collection contains images connected to Nanoscience.
This is a transmission electron microscope image of a gold nanoparticle in a plant cell.
In the ball-shaped nanoparticle of catalyst atoms on the left, the atoms in the middle are surrounded and cannot take part in a reaction....
The platinum catalyst in a car catalytic converter changes carbon monoxide to carbon dioxide, by absorption.
Each coloured square represents a simple particle in a chemical reaction – two squares together represent a more complex particle.
Dr Ruck is a physicist, one of a team working on semiconductor nanofilms for the MacDiarmid Institute.
Dr Richard Tilley, a senior lecturer in the School of Chemical and Physical Sciences at Victoria University of Wellington, and PhD student...
Dr Richard Tilley works with silicon inside a sealed ‘glove box’.
This image of gold nanoparticles in a plant cell was created using a transmission electron microscope.
On the left is a computer image of a platinum nanocrystal. Each ‘dot’ is an atom. When a surfactant is used to block the square faces,...
Molecule-sized gears attached to the outside of a carbon nanotube shaft.
Brassica juncea plants are growing in nutrient that contains gold chloride.
Alan MacDiarmid at work in his laboratory in the Chemistry Department at the University of Pennsylvania.
At Massey University, Professor Richard Haverkamp and post doctoral researcher Dr Aaron Marshall prepare plant material containing gold...