Article - 25 Jul 2002
Although tungsten-filament bulbs are the world’s most extensively used light source, they are inefficient and generate more heat than light.
Article - 16 Feb 2002
Compared to osmium, tungsten can endure significantly higher temperatures and has a very low vapor pressure. This results in more luminosity and an extended lifetime.
Article - 23 Jun 2004
Researchers at Sandia and Los Alomos national labortatories have developed a wireless nanodevice similar to a fluoresecent light. The technology utilises the quantum well that emits energy at...
Article - 2 Jun 2004
Researchers at the Fraunhofer Institute have devised a way to use lasers to produce microscopic relief structures in polymers for use in optical components for laser applications. Posted May 2004
Article - 23 Jan 2004
The uses of lanthanum fluoride (LaF3) are listed as are some of its properties.
Article - 19 Dec 2001
Hafnium has a bright silver luster and is naturally ductile. The metal has a tightly-packed hexagonal crystal structure. It also has excellent resistance to corrosion.
Article - 18 Jul 2006
The formation of a cylinder-like helical conformation induced by chloroform was observed from a conjugated polymer, which was prepared by Knoevenagel condensation using N-octyl-3, 6-diformylcarbazole...
Article - 18 Apr 2005
Aluminium alloy 1050 is a popular grade of aluminium for general sheet metal work where moderate strength is required. 1050 is known for its excellent corrosion resistance, high ductility and highly...
Article - 28 Feb 2005
Organic Light Emitting Diodes or OLED’s are effectively light emitting diodes made from semiconducting organic polymers. The principles of operation, advantages and benefits, materials used and...
Article - 17 Feb 2004
Cyclo-Olefin copolymer is an engineering thermoplastic. It has a range of useful properties and associated applications. Properties and applications are both listed.