Thin film solar cells are a next-generation solution for the renewable energy industry. They possess several benefits over conventional crystalline photovoltaic solar cell technologies, but there are still some limitations to these devices.
Ionization of Silicon for Semiconductors
By Taha Khan
Measuring the Dielectric Constant in Thin Films
By Samudrapom Dam
What Do We Know About Thin Film Solar Cells?
By Reginald Davey
What are Profile Roughness Parameters?
Identifying Sulfur Poisoning with Near-Field Infrared Spectroscopy
By Ibtisam Abbasi
Digitizing the Process Industry
Instron® Introduces TrendTracker Module for Bluehill® Central
From Instron - USA
Scientists Develop Photocatalytic Systems That Reduce CO2 Using Sunlight
NDT Testing of Gas Dispersion in 3D-printed Catalyst Structures
Stacked Carbon Films in Supercapacitors
How Sustainable is the Creation of Thermoelectric Generation Technology?
Researchers Summarize Construction Waste Recycling Methods
Printing with Calcium Polyphosphate for Bone Engineering
Researchers Discover a Simple Technique to Use Water as a Positive Factor in the Formation of Phase-Pure Perovskite Crystals
Researchers Propose New Theory on Polymer Superstructures’ Reshaping
An Overview of Polymer Upcycling
By Dr. Priyom Bose
Plastic Alternatives: Where Are We Now?
By Ben Pilkington
Magnetic Ink Utilization in Recycling Efforts
Conic: Replacing Plastics with a Wood-Based Formable Packaging Solution
By Cvetelin Vasilev
Regenerating Wood Waste with Additive Manufacturing
By Sarah Moore
Innovative Leather Alternatives in the Automotive Industry are the Road Forward
By Kerry Taylor-Smith
Dr. Nicola Ferralis
AZoM speaks with Dr. Nicola Ferralis from MIT about his research that has developed a low-cost process of creating carbon fibers from hydrocarbon pitch. This research could lead to the large-scale use of carbon fiber composites in industries that have thus far been limited.
In this interview, AZoM speaks with Marco Enger, Senior Tribologist from GGB, to discuss how nano fillers affect transfer films within tribological systems.
Jacqueline Balian / Martyn Fordham
Ahead of their talk on green chemistry and profitability in laboratory research at ChemUK 2022, AZoM spoke with Jacqueline Balian from Gambica and Martyn Fordman from Asynt about encouraging sustainability in the chemical industry.
COXEM's CP-8000+ is a powerful cross section polishing tool that uses an argon ion beam to allow precise, advanced sample preparation. Its state-of-the-art technology means the sample is not deformed and does not suffer any kind of physical damage.
This product profile outlines the Evolution™ Pro UV-Vis Spectrophotometers from Thermo Fisher Scientific.
Extrel’s all-new MAX300-RTG 2.0 is the real-time industrial gas analyzer now redesigned with a touch screen.
This article provides an end-of-life assessment of lithium-ion batteries, focusing on the recycling of an ever-growing amount of spent Li-Ion batteries in order to work toward a sustainable and circular approach to battery use and reuse.
Corrosion is the degradation of an alloy caused by its exposure to the environment. Corrosion deterioration of metallic alloys exposed to the atmosphere or other adverse conditions is prevented using a variety of techniques.
Due to the ever-increasing demand for energy, the demand for nuclear fuel has also increased, which has further created a significant increase in the requirement for post-irradiation examination (PIE) techniques.