The design of human-centric lighting systems requires a precise control of the color and brightness of light sources. Although LEDs are available in a wide range of intensities and colors, making them superior candidates for human-centric lighting systems, LED light sources frequently show differences in brightness.
Binder materials are responsible for holding the active material particles within the electrode of a lithium-ion battery (LIB) together to maintain a strong connection between the electrode and the contacts. These binding materials are normally inert and have an important role in the manufacturability of the battery.
The relationship between foodstuffs, their internal water content and any external moisture has a huge impact on food quality and shelf life. As a result, it's important for food manufacturers and distributors to understand exactly what this relationship is.
The form of the molecule greatly influences the behavior of the polymer when subjected to different external forces. This article provides practical examples of how scanning electron microscopes (SEMs) can deliver surprising results.
Boron Nitride Nanotubes For Planes to Travel at Hypersonic Speed
By Benedette Cuffari
Optical Metrology and its Current Trends
From Zygo Corporation
Accurate and Aesthetic Viscosity – Introducing the V-Compact
Comparing Phenom’s CeB6 Source to Tungsten Filaments
From NanoImages, LLC
Cut-Outs, Protrusions and Support Brackets for Insulation Jackets
From Firwin Corporation
Measuring Water Viscosity with the V-PAD L Rheometer
Axalta Launches a New Industrial Tufcote™ Product Line
Leading Edge Materials Participates in a Swedish Government Funded Research Project
New Technology for Concrete and Cement Testing
From ELE International
MADMEC’s Top Prize Goes to Hydrogel that Extracts Uranium from Water
Study on How Mimetic Martin Water Could Exist on the Martian Surface
Metrohm Releases New Autosampler and Significant Upgrade to its 915, 916 and 917 Ti-Touch Titrators
From Metrohm AG
Analyzing Self-Repairing Tendency of Flax Plants for Developing Innovative Materials
A New 2D Metal-Organic Solution for Storing Renewable Energy
Engineers Create Programmable “Camouflaging” Material
Dr Peter de Groot
Optical Metrology has found increased demands for difficult environments and increased data storing capabilities. AZoM spoke Dr. Peter de Groot, of ZYGO, about his thoughts and expertise surrounding the subject and how he feels ZYGO will lead the industry moving forward.
Fungilab’s main focus since its establishment has been to research, develop and manufacture the most advanced viscometers in order to offer our clients the highest and most accurate performance in the viscosity measurement. In this interview, AZoM speaks to Fungilab CEO, Ernest Buira.
Professor Philip Withers
In this interview, Professor Philip Withers, Regius Professor of Material at The University of Manchester, talks to AZoM about the ESPRC Prosperity Partnership project he is leading, and how it is tackling the problem of corrosion.
Syalon 050 is finding increased use as a metering valve for abrasive slurries, particularly for chemical and sub–sea applications. Reasons for its populkarity are provided as are examples of how it performs in relation to inconel and silicon carbide.
The MOCON - Baseline VOC-TRAQ® II Flow Cell integrates the VOC-TRAQ® II with a flow-through housing, allowing total volatile organic compound (TVOC) measurement with an outlet and inlet flow path for remote sample delivery.
The Series 8900 Bevalert® has been designed particularly for CO2 Applications.
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