Article - 23 Feb 2017
As we continue to create increasingly exotic structures,such as metal-organic frameworks and inorganic nanotubes, and probe complex phenomena such as superconductivity; crystallography is becoming an...
Article - 4 Nov 2016
Hydrogen is one of the highest volume industrial chemicals used globally, serving a wide range of applications that exploit its unique physical and chemical properties
Article - 2 Aug 2016
Lightweight metals are often produced for operations where lightweight and improved performance properties are required.
Article - 20 Jul 2016
Manganese is similar to iron in its chemical and physical properties, but it is harder and more brittle. Manganese is possibly the most flexible element that can be added to copper alloys.
Article - 14 Jun 2016
Several industrial sectors are keen to bring down their energy costs and optimize plant efficiency, as global energy prices remain somewhat volatile.
Article - 6 Oct 2015
Melting point is the basic property of any material, whether it is a ceramic, metal, or plastic. Differential scanning calorimetry or DSC is capable of establishing the temperature where the heat...
From our beginning our mission was simple: to develop and to seek out innovative technology that advances the science of materials and particle characterization. Partnering with exceptional smaller,...
Article - 19 Jun 2015
Fluorite or fluorspar, a mineral composed of calcium and fluorine, finds use in a number of industrial applications, especially in the production of aluminum, fluorine, fluorocarbons, and hydrofluoric...
Article - 3 Apr 2014
Based on the type of ore used as a charge, lead and zinc can be used can be produced pyrometallurgically or hydrometallurgically.
Article - 10 Feb 2014
Peter Witting, Ph.D., Senior Process Technology Engineer at Harper International, talks about how Harper is involved in the processing of nuclear materials and what this entails.