The petrol industry recognizes the importance of para-xylene, given its many uses in everyday products, from plastic soda bottles to polyester fiber.
Beryllium copper was widely considered a versatile material for applications ranging from electronics and computer components to aircraft brake systems and telecommunication equipment.
Sakuu Corporation, an additive manufacturing technology company, today announced the commencement of its pilot line and learning center.
R.D. Abbott Co., Inc. will present “Essentials of LSR Materials and Processing” at Molding 2021, a conference that is widely recognized as the most important forum for technical information and business conditions in the injection molding industry.
A new technique for producing electronics capable of printing high-performance silicon directly onto flexible materials has the potential to make significant development in technologies like prosthetics, completely bendable digital displays, and high-end electronics.
Beer brewing practices date from at least 7000 BCE and maybe even to the advent of agriculture because most cereals can instantly ferment upon exposure to airborne yeasts.
Scientists from the College of Science and Engineering of the University of Minnesota Twin Cities have created an easier, affordable, and safest technology that will enable a “stubborn” group of metals and metal oxides to be made into thin films utilized in several computer components, electronics, and other applications.
Metso Outotec is introducing a comprehensive portfolio of thickening and clarifying solutions to achieve new levels of operational reliability and performance in minerals and metals processing.
Silicon, a semi-metal, bonds in its natural form with four other elements and its three-dimensional structure takes the form of a tetrahedron.
A team of chemists from the Croatian Ruder Boškovic Institute described a new, easy-to-use method for uninterrupted monitoring of mechanochemical reactions.