A team of researchers recently published a paper in the journal Materials that demonstrated the crack-healing ability of ceramic composites at low temperatures.
A new breakthrough concerning electromagnetic wave absorption building materials is considered in the Journal of Materials Science & Technology. The advanced coating materials with green technology can make building ...
Noise pollution is an ever-present environmental problem in urban areas. To reduce the negative health effects it induces, sound absorbing materials are commonly employed, but their performance at low frequencies needs to be improved.
Porous functional graded ceramics (porous FGCs) have enormous promise for overcoming the limited mechanical capabilities of uniformly highly permeable bioceramics utilized as bone transplants according to the latest stud...
A new breakthrough was considered in the journal Materials of synthesized biphasic biphasic calcium phosphate ceramics (CaPs) to make tricalcium phosphate (-TCP) and hydroxyapatite (HAp) using coral.
Researchers from China have fabricated a ferroelectric ceramic with reduced grain size for improved energy storage capacity as a substitute to lead in dielectric capacitors. This research has been published in the journa...
Lithium-ion batteries (LiBs) are among the most widely used energy storage technologies available in the market. In a variety of fields, such as electronics products, machine tools, hospital equipment, and electric vehicles, their ability to offer high power and energy density in conjunction with a long life cycle, little memory effect, and acceptable cost provides an unrivaled advantage (EVs).
Starfire Systems Inc. is pleased to announce the release of a new ultra-high temperature ceramic forming precursor.
Ceramic materials, known for their crack resistance, find applications in various industries, ranging from dentistry to aerospace engineering. Reinforcing these materials to enhance their safety and efficiency is a major area of research.
Electroceramics, including capacitors, are crucial parts of electronic devices. But any disruption to the crystalline structure of these electroceramics can alter their specific properties.