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  • Article - 18 Sep 2001
    A calcium, coppert titanate material (CaCu3Ti4O12) material is being investigated at the BNL due to unusually high dielectric constant. It is able to store extremely large amounts of charge over a...
  • News - 22 Feb 2017
    An elegant approach for ultrafine-grained ceramic coatings has been explained by researcher Pylin Sarobol in a rather inelegant manner - sub-micron particles splatting onto a surface. A keypart...
  • News - 18 Nov 2010
    The change-over to lead-free products is in full progress. The problem is however that the environmentally friendly alternatives have to be as efficient as the lead-containing variants. One example is...
  • News - 21 Oct 2022
    A team of researchers recently published a paper in the journal Advanced Science that reviewed the use of elastic fabrics/fibers for bioelectronics and wearables. Study: Elastic Fibers/Fabrics for...
  • News - 23 Jan 2020
    Goodfellow is pleased to announce the availability of their new range of Perovskites, a group of materials that demonstrate great potential for optoelectronic applications.   Perovskites have a...
  • News - 20 Jan 2014
    The capacitors of electronic circuits function something like batteries – storing electrical charge that can be quickly dumped to power devices like camera flashes. So-called...
  • News - 17 Jan 2011
    Researchers at CNRS and Université Paris-Sud 11[1] have succeeded in creating a conductive layer on the surface of strontium titanate (SrTiO3), a transparent insulating material considered to be...