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  • Article - 9 Jul 2013
    A new metallic bubble wrap has been produced that holds significant advantages over both metal and plastic counterparts.
  • Article - 4 Apr 2013
    Zinc antimonide is a gray solid with a chemical formula ZnSb. It consists of zinc and antimonide ions. Its properties are between that of alloy and salt. Zinc antimonide reacts with water to form...
  • Article - 6 Dec 2012
    In 1841, Carl Mosander separated two elements didymium and lanthanum from cerium. Although didymium was considered as an element for several years, scientists suspected whether didymium has a mixture...
  • Article - 13 Jun 2012
    Russian Chemist Dmitri Mendeleev, who developed the periodic table, predicted that a new element will be discovered to fill an empty spot in the table. In 1886AD, Germanium was discovered by German...
  • Article - 13 Jun 2012
    In 1807AD, potassium was first prepared by English chemist Sir Humphrey Davy. Davy melted a small amount of potash, and passed electric current through it.
  • Article - 20 May 2008
    One of the thermoplastic family favourites from an engineering point of view is polyethylene, represented in the Dotmar EPP family by the Polystone range of ultra high molecular weight polyethylenes...
  • Article - 11 Dec 2002
    With an increasing amount of computer and electronic scrap being generated technologies have had to be developed to recycle and deal with these materials. Some of these technologies are described for...
  • Article - 3 Apr 2002
    While platinum is best known as a precious metal and use in jewellery and as an investment, it has several other key uses. Some of these include catalysts for automotive and chemical applications,...
  • Article - 8 Jan 2002
    While stainless steels are often used for their corrosion resistance, they do in fact suffer from corrosion under certain circumstances. Modes such as pitting, crevice, stress corrosion cracking,...
  • Article - 6 Mar 2001
    Materials based on silicon carbide are generally employed for their good wear resistance and thermomechanical properties.