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Diamonds Born by Explosion

In 2011, the international Rusnanoprize award wwas given to Academician G. V. Sakovich, Scientific Supervisor of the Institute for Problems of Chemical and Energy Technologies of the Siberian Branch of the Russian Acawwdemy of Sciences (the city of Biysk). The prize was awarded for developing a technology for producing nanoscale diamonds from explosive substances through their detonation. Though developed almost 30 years ago, the technology still has no analogues in the world. For its application...

Modified: 18.12.2012
detonation synthesis , explosive , hexogene , detonation nanodiamond , nanotechnology
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Vacuum in the Wake

The “atmospheric” pressure on the near-Earth orbit accommodating satellites is millions of times lower than on the Earth’s surface. This situation is close to ideal conditions for producing substances which require an extremely clean environment, for instance, semiconductors. Nevertheless, obtaining super pure materials necessary in modern industry requires even higher vacuum. The following solution to this problem exists: to obtain ultrahigh vacuum which is sufficient to speed up the production...

Modified: 10.04.2012
vacuum equipment , nanotechnology , epitaxy , solar cells , space material science
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Nanotechnologies: Yesterday, Today, Tomorrow

Today the word “nanotechnology” has become a catch phrase for a broad range of activities all sharing a common feature, namely, ultra small linear dimensions of objects whose size does not exceed a hundred nanometers. If interpreted this way, nanotechnologies have ...

Modified: 30.12.2008
nanoobjects , nanotechnology , nanoelectronics , Rosnano , SB RAS , molecular beam epitaxy , MBE , spintronics , superinsulators
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Nucleic Do-It-Yourself

... scope of molecular biology. At the same time, scientists worked on the problems of synthesis and applications of natural macromolecules and their artificial analogs, long before nanotechnologies were announced as a state priority direction of research Nanotechnology is a modern approach to using the properties of materials determined by their nanometer-scale structural elements. Plainly speaking, on transition from macro- or micro- to the nanoscale, the observed physical, chemical, and biological ...

Modified: 30.12.2008
nanotechnology , DNA , RNA , nucleic acids , oligonucleotides , nanomotors , aptamers , nanoprobes , transfection , nucleic acid transport , addressed drug delivery
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Siberian Nanoforum

The annual International Symposium on nanostructures, scheduled to coincide with celebrations of the 50th anniversary of the Siberian Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences, was held in the Novosibirsk Academgorodok on June 25—29, 2007 Development of modern semiconductor nanotechnologies in Russia depends on intense interaction of scientists in this country and their cooperation with foreign colleagues. The first International symposium on semiconductor nanostructures was organized in...

Modified: 25.06.2007
nanotechnology , semiconductor nanotechnology , quantum dot , Institute of Semiconductor Physics SB RAS , gallium , gallium arsenide , arsenides
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