News - 6 Nov 2020
Scientists have discovered a spongy form of calcium carbonate (CaCO3), a material found in limestone, chalk, marble, and the shells of mussels and other shellfish. While most forms of calcium...
News - 6 Jul 2020
Researchers from China recently synthesized a highly active surface-exposed CoFe2O4 catalyst used to activate H2O and subsequently to produce free radicals. The catalyst could quickly eliminate...
News - 7 Nov 2019
Waste, dirt, and odor buildup are parts of everyday life. They are also byproducts of a bustling economy. For instance, a productive food industry generates high levels of waste fats, oils, and...
News - 1 Nov 2021
Natural biomolecules derived from renewable sources, including chitosan, appear to be promising choices for biodegradable food packaging innovation. Chitosan is a linear polymer made from Chitin...
News - 22 Mar 2018
It is hard to imagine today how our food will be produced in just a few decades. More efficient, low carbon footprint, healthy, tasty and often grown around the corner. Let's take a look into the...
Article - 28 Mar 2019
This article explains how to discover trace mineral analysis in biological materials.
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Article - 19 Aug 2021
Trace detection of food adulterants traditionally involved laboratory analysis, typically using techniques such as HPLC and GC/MS that require extensive sample preparation and technical knowledge....
Article - 18 Dec 2012
Copper has been used by man for thousands of years. It was first used to make coins and ornaments in 8000 B.C. By 5500 B.C. copper tools were invented which aided civilization to emerge from the Stone...
Article - 31 Jul 2012
Copper nickel alloys are alloys that have moderate strength and thermal stability in high temperature levels. The high oxidation resistance of these alloys is visible in moist air and steam.