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Success in making basic components of electronic devices from fish waste

Success in making basic components of electronic devices from fish waste
TOKYO: Experts at the Nagoya Institute of Technology in Japan have created high-quality carbon nanoanions (CNOs) from baby turtle waste that can be used in the low-cost production of LED lights and QLED displays.

CNOs are carbon nanomaterials that are chemically stable and less toxic. They have excellent electrical and optical properties. They have a large surface area and electrical properties. But to make them, they were very expensive, requiring high temperatures and vacuums.

According to a report published in the journal Green Chemistry, CNOS can be made from fish waste in just ten seconds. In particular, the production of carbon nanomaterials from fish skin peels was made possible in seconds. In this regard, the role of microwave pyrolysis is most important.
But still scientists are trying to find out the real truth behind it. It is believed that during the microwave process, the fish skins rapidly heat up by absorbing heat, which leads to ‘thermal decomposition’, i.e. thermal decomposition, and the formation of CNOs. Thus the entire process takes ten seconds and requires no new material or additional heat. Thus, a new cost-effective recipe for CNO formation has come to our hands.

CNOs made from fish have also been found to emit blue light, which can be used to make displays and LEDs. This is why it is being called an important discovery.

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