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    Columbia Metals is one of the leading non ferrous metals stockholders in the UK. Our range includes high performance copper, nickel and stainless steel alloys for all industries and applications. As...
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    Adhesives, sealants, coatings and potting / encapsulation compounds Master Bond is a leading manufacturer of high performance adhesives, sealants, coatings, potting and encapsulation compounds and...
  • Article - 7 Feb 2001
    This article provides an overview of pure copper and the major copper low alloyed grades and applications. Pure and near pure copper, are reviewed as are alloys containing silver, chromium and...
  • Article - 27 Feb 2002
    If the structure of carbon fullerenes and buckytubes is not fascinating enough, add their amazing properties. Many of these stem from their defect free structure. Mechanical, thermal and electrical...
  • Article - 27 Feb 2002
    The addition of buckytubes to polymer matrices can introduce fascinating mechanical, electrical and thermal properties as well as opening the door to a range of new applications. These new...
  • Article - 27 Feb 2002
    Buckytubes are a type of fullerene or perfect carbon structure. The discovery, evolution and structure of single and multiwall buckytubes are considered. Advantages over other materials including...
  • Article - 20 Feb 2002
    Properties of carbon buckytubes such as chemical identifiers, composition, potential hazards, fire fighting measures and physical and chemical properties are outlined.
  • Article - 25 Apr 2001
    Aluminium and its alloys are truly versatile engineering materials. It is used in industries such as electrical, packaging, transport, building and architecture, gas cylinders, machined components,...
  • News - 25 Mar 2008
    University of Maryland physicists have shown that in graphene the intrinsic limit to the mobility, a measure of how well a material conducts electricity, is higher than any other known material at...
  • News - 27 Jun 2007
    Any machinist will tell you that a little grease goes a long way toward making a tool work better. And that may soon hold true for plastic electronics as well. Carnegie Mellon University chemists...