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Researchers Use e-Beam Technology to Study Electron Collisions in Materials

Researchers Use e-Beam Technology to Study Electron Collisions in Materials

There are several ways to change a molecule, chemically or physically. One way is to heat it; another is to bombard it with light particles, or photons. A lesser known method relies on electron collision, or e-beam technology, which is becoming increasingly popular in industry. [More]
Carbon Material from Loofah Sponges Could Improve Lithium Batteries

Carbon Material from Loofah Sponges Could Improve Lithium Batteries

The present-day mobile lifestyle relies on rechargeable lithium batteries. As a result, a big enhancement in the capacity is needed to move these storage devices to the next level - i.e. for extensive use in vehicles or to shore up the electric grid. [More]
Elastocon are to Exhibit Again at K-Show, Düsseldorf, in October (19th to 26th)

Elastocon are to Exhibit Again at K-Show, Düsseldorf, in October (19th to 26th)

The success for previous K-shows will be repeated this October when Elastocon again is found in hall 11 stand 11G42 in the joint stand with among others their German distributor company Richard Hess GmbH. [More]
New MOF Material Could Make Nuclear Fuel Recycling Cleaner and Less Expensive

New MOF Material Could Make Nuclear Fuel Recycling Cleaner and Less Expensive

A new type of material is being studied by researchers that could aid in recycling and reducing waste in nuclear fuels by capturing radioactive gases emitted during reprocessing. Traditional technologies used for removing such gases work at very low energy-intensive temperatures. [More]
Researchers Uncover Hidden Properties of Ferroelectric Materials

Researchers Uncover Hidden Properties of Ferroelectric Materials

Until recently, researchers were under the presumption that they had almost figured out the behavior of ferroelectric materials. [More]
New Electron Microscope Detector Allows Fast, Accurate Measurements of Material Properties

New Electron Microscope Detector Allows Fast, Accurate Measurements of Material Properties

The Sol M. Gruner (SMG) detector group at Cornell University has created and tested a novel imaging electron detector that enables quick and accurate measurements of magnetic and electric fields at the atomic level. [More]
The New Zetasizer AT – Automated Online Nanoparticle Sizing for Process Monitoring

The New Zetasizer AT – Automated Online Nanoparticle Sizing for Process Monitoring

Malvern Instruments has launched the new Zetasizer AT, a robust, online, automated analyzer that uses dynamic light scattering (DLS) to automatically measure the size of nanoparticles in suspensions and emulsions. [More]
MDC Gas Delivery Products is Proud to Announce the Official Launch of our New PanelXPress™ (PXP) Line of Ultra-High Purity Manual Gas Panels.

MDC Gas Delivery Products is Proud to Announce the Official Launch of our New PanelXPress™ (PXP) Line of Ultra-High Purity Manual Gas Panels.

A line of ultra-high purity (UHP) manual gas panels. PXP™ gas panels make it easy for you to meet process, safety, purity, and schedule demands with both standard and custom configured options. [More]
All-new Hiden DLS-20 Mass Spectrometer joins the Family

All-new Hiden DLS-20 Mass Spectrometer joins the Family

The new Hiden DLS-20 quadrupole mass spectrometer is the latest addition to the Hiden 3F series research grade systems, all featuring three-stage mass filter technology for optimum sensitivity, mass resolution and contamination resistance. [More]
Additive Manufacture of Electronic Circuit Boards

Additive Manufacture of Electronic Circuit Boards

The German firm, Beta LAYOUT GmbH, manufactures prototypes for printed circuit boards (PCBs) and 3D mechatronic integrated devices (MIDs). [More]