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  • Article - 21 Apr 2005
    Reasons for stainless steels' use in cookware are explored as are its advantages and reasons for increasing popularity.
  • Article - 10 Nov 2001
    Vitreous enamels are quite similar to ceramic glazes in several aspects. After being applied, they are fired to form an almost glassy layer.
  • Article - 18 Apr 2011
    Friction welding can often make an excellent alternative to brazing. Friction welding overcomes several of the variables associated with brazing that can affect bond integrity. These issues are...
  • Article - 13 Feb 2020
    The synthesis of polymers has always been limited in scope because most chemical reactions are highly sensitive to oxygen.
  • Article - 5 Apr 2019
    XRF is a solution for separating safe, recyclable glass from unsafe materials in the glass recycling process.
  • Article - 9 Aug 2013
    A fiber-reinforced composite (FRC) is a high-performance composite building material made up of three components - the fibers as the discontinuous or dispersed phase, the matrix as the continuous...
  • Article - 13 Sep 2016
    PTFE exhibits excellent low-friction, hydrophobic, corrosion-resistant properties, which make it a highly desirable engineered polymer for fabrication.
  • Article - 8 Jul 2014
    Glass ceramic materials were first developed at the Corning Glass Works and share properties of both the parent glass material and polycrystalline materials.
  • Article - 15 Dec 2012
    Polymethylpentene (PMP) is a thermoplastic polymer of methylpentene monomer units. TPX is a commonly used trademark provided by Mitsui Chemicals. Other trademark names of PMP are Zeonex and Crystalor.
  • Article - 9 Oct 2018
    Carbon alloyed iron with carbon concentrations between 2 and 5% is known as cast iron, and is used for a variety of applications.