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Home > NanoArt 2009 - 2010 Exhibition > Camargo Rorivaldo 2009, Brasil
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Christmas boxes (Indium Hydroxide).jpg
Christmas Boxes-2429 viewsNanoart is a discipline that can be located in a research area where art-science and technology converge. Nanoart yields nanostructures created by scientists by means of chemical and/or physical processes and they are visualized with powerful tools like atomic force microscopy. In this way, the joint use of both and science is capable to transform complex systems in simple to understand the origin, and then, control these novel properties with innovative technological applications can be attained.
Sample: Indium Hydroxide In(OH)3
Sinthesis: Microwave-Assisted Hydrothermal method
Image: Field Emission Gun Scanning Electron Microscopy
Figure depict FE-SEM images of the Indium Hydroxide nanostructures obtained at 140o for 30min.
NanoTube (Tin Oxide).jpg
NanoTube-2298 viewsNanoart is a discipline that can be located in a research area where art-science and technology converge. Nanoart yields nanostructures created by scientists by means of chemical and/or physical processes and they are visualized with powerful tools like atomic force microscopy. In this way, the joint use of both and science is capable to transform complex systems in simple to understand the origin, and then, control these novel properties with innovative technological applications can be attained.
Sample: Tin Oxide
Synthesis: Polymeric precursor method
Image: Field Emission Gun Scanning Electron Microscopy
FE-SEM images of as-synthesized SnO2 nanotubes using polymeric precursor method at 600oC/2hours.
Sea Coral (Strontium Molybdate).jpg
Sea Coral-2960 viewsNanoart is a discipline that can be located in a research area where art-science and technology converge. Nanoart yields nanostructures created by scientists by means of chemical and/or physical processes and they are visualized with powerful tools like atomic force microscopy. In this way, the joint use of both and science is capable to transform complex systems in simple to understand the origin, and then, control these novel properties with innovative technological applications can be attained.
Sample: Strontium Molybdate Sr MoO4
Sinthesis: Microwave-Assisted Hydrothermal method
Image: Field Emission Gun Scanning Electron Microscopy
FEG-SEM imagen of the Sr MoO4 nanostructures consisting of numbers of nanocrystals-self-assembly
Seahorse (Lead Lantanium Titanate).jpg
Seahorse-2164 viewsNanoart is a discipline that can be located in a research area where art-science and technology converge. Nanoart yields nanostructures created by scientists by means of chemical and/or physical processes and they are visualized with powerful tools like atomic force microscopy. In this way, the joint use of both and science is capable to transform complex systems in simple to understand the origin, and then, control these novel properties with innovative technological applications can be attained.
Sample: Lead Lantanium Titanate
Sinthesis: Microwave-Assisted Hydrothermal method
Image: Field Emission Gun Scanning Electron Microscopy
Large self-assembled nanocrystals after of 12 min Microwave-Assisted Hydrothermal method.
Snake  (Tin Oxide) 2.jpg
Snake-2155 viewsNanoart is a discipline that can be located in a research area where art-science and technology converge. Nanoart yields nanostructures created by scientists by means of chemical and/or physical processes and they are visualized with powerful tools like atomic force microscopy. In this way, the joint use of both and science is capable to transform complex systems in simple to understand the origin, and then, control these novel properties with innovative technological applications can be attained.
Sample: Tin Oxide
Synthesis: Polymeric precursor method
Image: Field Emission Gun Scanning Electron Microscopy
FE-SEM images of as-synthesized SnO2 nanotubes using polymeric precursor method at 600oC/2hours.
     
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