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  • Article - 10 Jan 2010
    There is significant interest in the development of new generations of semiconductor-based sensors that take advantage of microelectronic fabrication techniques to create robust sensor arrays that are...
  • Article - 19 Dec 2007
    TiO2-SiC photocatalyst was prepared by a calcination of TiC-SiC nano particle precursor synthesized by the carbothermic reduction method. Well-crystallized TiO2 deposited on SiC and hydrophobic...
  • Article - 7 Nov 2001
    Vinyl outdoor products such as fencing, decking, railings, pergolas, gazebos etc are one of the fastest growing areas in the building industry.
  • Article - 25 Oct 2001
    A complete overview on vinyl including history, what it is, where it comes from, environmental issues, health aspects, dioxin emissions, additives, plasticisers, stabilisers, properties and...
  • Article - 9 Apr 2021
    In this interview, Dave Wolff, the Region Manager of Eastern US and Canada at Nel Hydrogen, talks to AZoM about hydrogen generation for new industrial facilities.
  • Article - 20 Jun 2013
    Titanium alloys are light weight and have excellent corrosion resistance, very high tensile strength and toughness. These properties remain unaffected to a great extent even at extreme temperatures.
  • Article - 6 Jun 2013
    Tungsten is a hard, rare metal having a lustrous and silvery white appearance. It is resistant to oxidation and attack by acids and alkalis. It is a bulky metal and has the highest melting point among...
  • Article - 6 May 2013
    Aluminium/aluminum and its alloys are essential materials in various industries such as aerospace, marine, construction, and automobile.
  • Article - 6 Apr 2013
    Silicon carbide is a compound of silicon and carbon with the chemical formula SiC. It occurs in the extremely rare mineral moissanite. Silicon carbide grains are bonded together by sintering to form...
  • Article - 23 Aug 2012
    Steels containing mainly carbon as the alloying element are called carbon steels. They contain about 0.4% silicon and 1.2% manganese.