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.
North Star Imaging can assist users to design, improve and build advanced quality products using this remarkable additive manufacturing technology.
Current food production is progressively turning to the science of spectroscopy to monitor crop health and improve production yields.
The National Graphene Association’s Inaugural Graphene Innovation Summit and Expo Oct. 29-31, 2017 in Nashville, brings together current and future stakeholders in graphene to drive innovation, and to promote and facilitate the commercialization of graphene products and technologies in the U.S. GIS is the first event dedicated to the commercialization of graphene in the United States.
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As we grow our pipelines, pipe safety becomes ever more important. This means detection of gas pipeline leaks of odourless methane is extremely important.
Elayne Gordonov, Market Manager - Global Bio Market at Instron, talks to AZoM about physical testing requirements of syringes, Luer connections, and needle-based injection systems in-line with ISO 80369 standards for testing medical device connections used in different clinical applications.
A few industrial and research applications require dilution of explosive gases at high concentrations. In most cases, this is in order to calibrate gas detectors.
After magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) was invented in the 1970s, it has become an industry standard medical tool for diagnosis and treatment.
Digicom Electronics, Inc., a technology and quality-driven electronics manufacturing services company, currently produces its own nitrogen to use in its selective soldering, solder reflow and hand soldering manufacturing processes in order to strengthen the bonds and enhance solder adhesion.
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