Ivanovo researcher studies ultra-thin film for radio electronics and then some

Ivanovo researcher studies ultra-thin film for radio electronics and then someIn Ivanovo, in Central Russia, a young scientist named Alexander Kazak is studying what?s known as Langmuir monolayers, a vital component for radioelectronics, solar batteries and some other areas

In Ivanovo, in Central Russia, a young scientist named Alexander Kazak of the local Research Institute of nanomaterials is studying what?s known as Langmuir monolayers, regional portal 37.ru reported. A Langmuir monolayer is a kind of film just one molecule thick and 10,000 times thinner than a human hair. According to the 28-year-old alumnus of Ivanovo State University, the monolayers ?are required for solar batteries and radio electronics, and can also be used as detectors sensing for an increased concentration of certain substances in the air.? Alexander Kazak has received two federal grants for its research, one in 2010 and the other last year, worth a total of about $26,000...