Web Directory Nanogallery
TODAY MARCH 20, 2023

1. Biomolecules
High quality AFM images of bio-molecules
Site added: 2007-11-10

2. Damian Gregory Allis
molecular mechanics structure calculations images
Site added: 2007-04-19

3. IBM: Scanning Tunneling Microscope
IBM Image Gallery.
Includes IBM Almaden Research Center Visualization Lab Home Page
Site added: 2007-03-16

4. Nanogallery at Warsaw University of Technology
Nanoscience at Warsaw
Site added: 2006-09-10

5. Nanohedron
Nanohedron exhibits scientific images, with a focus on images depicting nanoscale objects. The work ranges from electron microscopy images of nanoscale materials to graphical renderings of molecules.
Site added: 2008-01-08

6. Nanotechnology-Now Art Gallery
A very nice collection of nanogalleries
Site added: 2007-04-19

7. Nasa Ames Nanogallery
Nanotechnology is the creation of functional materials, devices and systems through control of matter on the nanometer length scale (1-100 nanometers), and exploitation of novel phenomena and properties (physical, chemical, biological, mechanical, electrical...) at that length scale. For comparison, 10 nanometers is 1000 times smaller than the diameter of a human hair. A scientific and technical revolution has just begun based upon the ability to systematically organize and manipulate matter at nanoscale. Payoff is anticipated within the next 10-15 years.
Site added: 2007-03-16

8. SPM Animation Gallery
The site presents a growing number of animations generated from scanning probe microscope (SPM) images and the SPIP software package—great for teaching & demonstrations. Feel free to use any of these animations for educational purposes, with proper credit given.
Site added: 2007-03-16

9. The Nanogallery
Read about: 1. CVD growth of carbon nanotubes 2. Imprint nanolithography 3. Carbon Nanotube related SPM works
Site added: 2006-09-10

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The cylindrical superstructures are composed of silver nanoparticles with V-shaped amphiphilic arms. The short rod-like and spherical assemblies are made of gold nanoparticles with the same V-shaped amphiphilic arms.  The self-assembly occurs upon slow addition of water to solution of nanoparticles in organic solvent called tetrahydrofuran. The resulting mixture is then dialyzed against pure water in order to remove organic solvent and obtain a pure aqueous solution of the superstructures (they remain in water without any precipitation, just like micelles).
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