In this interview, Prof. Joly-Pottuz discusses her desire to advance our understanding of the behaviour of nanoparticles in ceramic materials - especially for ceramic materials used in biomedical applications.
Nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) spectroscopy is a sophisticated analytical tool for investigating the structure, dynamics, reaction state, and chemical environment of molecules.
In this interview we speak to Professor Lee Cronin, regius chair of chemistry at Glasgow university about his current research and how he is using self optimising reactor systems to break new ground and open up the field of chemistry
Raman is ideal for characterisation of carbon materials as it is extremely sensitive to geometric structure and bonding within molecules.
There is a need for new polymers that can resist hydrolysis at high temperatures to optimise enhanced oil recovery by polymer flooding.
The Challenges of Powder Characterisation
From Freeman Technology
An Introduction to the Marine Applications of Submersible Pressure Transducers
From Gems Sensors and Controls
Using a WDXRF Spectrometer to Detect Ultra-Low Sulfur in Automotive Fuels
From Thermo Fisher Scientific - Elemental Analyzers and Phase Analyzers
Using Phase Equilibrium Diagrams in Ceramic Characterization Research
By Adam King
Improving NMR by Enhancing Dynamic Nuclear Polarization
From Bruker BioSpin - NMR, EPR and Imaging
Creating the Origin of Life with Self Optimising Reactor Systems
Skid Mounted Filtration Solutions for Water Treatment
From Amazon Filters Ltd.
3D Crystallography Helps Visualize Particle Distribution in Metal Composites
Gold-Covered, Cotton-Based Electrodes Could Improve Efficiency of Biofuel Cells
Instron’s Calibration Laboratory Goes Global
From Instron - USA
Advanced Biomaterial Holds Potential in Treating Damaged Brain Tissue
Efficient Flow Chemistry Scale-up of Photoredox Coupling Reactions
From Uniqsis Ltd
Xometry Launches Die Casting, Stamping and Extrusion Manufacturing Capabilities
High Pressure Flowmeter Measures Liquid Refrigerants
From Titan Enterprises Ltd.
New 3D Cross-Linked Polymer Sponge Could Enable More Powerful and Stable Lithium-Ion Batteries
Professor Lucile July-Pottuz
In this interview, Nel Hydrogen explain what is Hydrogen Energy Storage (HES) and the applications it can be used for.
Dr. William G. Fahrenholtz
In this interview, AZoM talks to Dr. William G. Fahrenholtz about his research, and how he uses Phase Equilibrium Diagrams within it.
This page details the capabilities of the AVE 2 non-contacting video extensometer from Instron.
This page details the Phoenix GO S gas fusion machine from XRF Scientific
The PVT-6000 is used to analyze specific volumes of plastics as a function of temperature and pressure, in both molten and solid states.
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