Silica Nanospheres as Photonic Nanostructure Found in the ‘Disco’ Clam Ctennoides Ales

Silica Nanospheres in a disco’ or ‘electric’ clam Ctenoides ales

Silica Nanospheres in a Photonic Display Scientists from University of California at Berkeley have recently discovered that a strange naturally occurring bright display of the ‘disco’ or ‘electric’ clam Ctenoides ales is actually a photonic display created by a layer of silica nanospheres. The display functions solely by reflecting light. Their article was published in the Journal of The…

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Monodisperse – Spacer Grade Microspheres

Scientists are constantly looking for narrower particle size distributions (monodispersed) of microspheres to help increase the consistency and correlation between theoretical models and verification experiments.? In an effort to fill the increasing demand for these particles Cospheric has launched a new line of spacer grade microspheres. Monodisperse microspheres are currently offered in diameters of:?? 21-24um, 23-26um, 25-28um, 27-30um, 29-32um,…

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