Evaluating polymer morphology can also provide an indication of the treatment the polymer has received during fabrication such as annealing, crystallization and deformation.
Research into optimising calibration methods has recently been carried out, which will allow non-experts to calibrate the surface metrology machines over a far shorter timescale.
Flicker is attracting more attention from lighting designers and manufacturers, as well as the standards and specification community. The potential to quantitatively characterize flicker is becoming important for specifying the correct product for risk sensitivity and for a given application.
Haydales’ Keith Broadbent describes their HDPlas® MWCNTs addition to polymers and the benefits that it brings.
TOF-SIMS – Time of Flight Secondary Ion Mass Spectroscopy
From Jordi Labs
Nanopositioning Stages and Digital Controllers – The Different Features
From nPoint | Nanopositioning and Motion Control
Partially Stabilized Zirconia (PSZ): Properties and Applications
From International Syalons
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
Research on the Cost-Effective Development of Germanium
MIT Researchers Devise New Method to Store Thermal Energy
Galaxy Scientific Introduces Latest in Robust, Portability FT-NIR
From Galaxy Scientific Inc
SupaPore H0P filters from Amazon Filters
The New Leica CM1950
From Leica Microsystems GmbH
Polymeric Membranes Used for Cleaning Up Industrial Separations
New Insights Could Lead to More Efficient Methods for Collecting Extra Hydrogen
ETW Energietechnik expands the modern energy supply concept of the University of Göttingen and the University Medical School (UMG)
Creating Alloys by Using 3D Laser Melting Technique
In today’s society, the quantity of data is growing rapidly. For data to be used in many applications it must be stored in a safe and fast manner; but also be retrievable 24/7 365 days a year. Data centers are demanding more and more power.
Carbon nanotubes are an allotrope of carbon that can be added to various materials to change the functionality of them, here AZoM speaks to Keith Broadbent of Haydale about their HDPlas Multi Walled Carbon Nanotube
In this interview, Jeff Black, President and Site Manager of Evonik Jayhawk Fine Chemicals Corporation, talks to AZoM about the benefits of partnering with an external provider to meet specific sourcing requirements.
The Q-Cup technology incorporates the process of Pressurized Fluid Extraction and Dispersive Solid Phase Extraction in a single instrument. Users can obtain all the benefits of both techniques generating faster results.
Acrylic Blast Media, ‘softer’ than melamine or urea, is suggested for removing coatings and paint from aircraft, trucks, cars, tractors, rail cars, motor homes, vans and marine vessels.
MTI’s 1510A portable signal generator is considered to be perfect for testing the integrity of sensor signal conditioning electronics.
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