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This article discusses how to use XPS for the analysis of the surface of lithium ion batteries.
Article - 25 Oct 2005
Electrical characteristics of ohmic contacts on p-type 4H-SiC semiconductor substrates were studied for the environmental sensor applications. The results of the contact properties are strongly...
News - 24 Jul 2020
Memory devices come in many forms. From USB sticks, to external hard-drives, to chips implanted directly into smartphones. What makes one better than another is usually a combination of new,...
News - 22 Dec 2015
Picosun Oy, leading supplier of highest quality Atomic Layer Deposition (ALD) thin film coating solutions for industrial manufacturing, successfully applies ALD technology to protect sensitive...
News - 16 Nov 2013
From the production of tougher, more durable smart phones and other electronic devices, to a wider variety of longer lasting biomedical implants, bulk metallic glasses are poised to be mainstay...
News - 10 Sep 2013
Bose ElectroForce Systems Group introduces the Bose® 3200 Series III family of test instruments, offering research and development engineers improved accuracy, performance and ease-of-use for...
News - 11 Apr 2013
It sounds futuristic, but today Carnegie Mellon University researchers are developing edible electronic devices that can be implanted in the body to improve patient care.
"We are creating...
News - 21 Dec 2011
iSmithers Rapra Publishing has announced the release of Update on Polymers for Ocular Drug Delivery.
The eye is the most easily accessible site for topical administration of a medication. Drugs...
News - 27 Jan 2010
Power-generating rubber films developed by Princeton University engineers could harness natural body movements such as breathing and walking to power pacemakers, mobile phones and other electronic...
News - 1 Dec 2009
Rapid technical advance combined with the need to use raw materials carefully has led to miniaturization of mechanical, electromechanical and electronic components, causing a dramatic rise in demands...