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  • News - 12 Jul 2022
    In an article recently published in the journal Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta, researchers discussed the calcite and fluid exchange rates for carbon and oxygen isotopes during chemical...
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    HORIBA Scientific, part of HORIBA Instruments, Inc., headquartered in the United States, provides an extensive array of instruments and solutions for applications across a broad range of scientific...
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    Oxford Instruments NanoAnalysis provides leading-edge tools that enable materials characterisation and sample manipulation at the nanometre scale. Used on electron microscopes and ion-beam systems,...
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    Thermo Fisher Scientific Inc. (NYSE: TMO) is the world leader in serving science, with revenues of more than $20 billion and approximately 70,000 employees globally. Our mission is to enable our...
  • News - 11 Jun 2021
    Breakthrough in metamaterials: for the first time in the world, researchers at Tel Aviv University developed an innovative nanotechnology that transforms a transparent calcite nanoparticle into a...
  • News - 4 May 2016
    Pure calcite is a weak, fragile mineral that is generally present in chalk. As such, construction engineers do not prefer to use this mineral as a building material. However, if calcite is reinforced...
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    With more than 50 years of innovation and leadership, XPS surface analysis instruments from Thermo Fisher Scientific enable customers to find meaningful answers to questions that accelerate...
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    Endress+Hauser is a global leader in Raman spectroscopic instrumentation for laboratory, process, and manufacturing environments. Our solutions harness the powerful analytical information of Raman...
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    Since its founding in 1967, Proto has been developing cutting-edge instrumentation for the characterization of materials. Its product line includes various x-ray diffraction (XRD) instruments,...
  • News - 4 May 2009
    Sea urchins dig themselves hiding holes in the limestone of the ocean floor using teeth that don't go blunt. Weizmann Institute scientists have now revealed their secrets, which might give...