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    Vehicular Instrumentation Systems (VIS) products are trusted on the job every day in thousands of over-the-road trucks, off-highway vehicles, RVs, buses, military and specialty vehicles. VIS is a...
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    Located in New York, Brookhaven Instruments offers superior instrumentation for nanoparticle, protein, and polymer characterization. With more than 40 years of experience in designing,...
  • Article - 3 Apr 2001
    Although beryllia is a toxic ceramic in powder form, it has a number of properties that make it useful in industries ranging from electronics, to nuclear applications through to military and...
  • Article - 1 Aug 2001
    Grain boundaries play an important role in the electrical behaviour of some materials. Control of grain boundaries can influence how well a material performs. A method for measuring the structure of...
  • News - 20 Jan 2021
    A research team in the Department of Electrical and Electronic Information Engineering at Toyohashi University of Technology and the Department of Chemistry at University of Calgary has investigated...
  • News - 26 Feb 2018
    Inductors are one of the primary components in electronic circuitry and have been since the earliest days of electricity. Inductors serve to store electrical energy in magnetic fields when electrical...
  • Article - 21 Nov 2015
    This article discusses the many different methods of fluid level measurement in industrial processes.
  • News - 2 May 2018
    Prototype devices developed using an exotic material with the ability to conduct a current density 50 times more than traditional copper interconnect technology have been demonstrated by engineers...
  • Article - 28 Aug 2018
    AZoM spoke to Husam N. Alshareef, of KAUST, about transparent electronic systems he is developing which use oxide semiconductors and the role thin-film deposition plays in his research.
  • Article - 13 Jul 2018
    It was suggested during the early 1990’s that CCDs were slowly becoming extinct and therefore were considered as ‘technological dinosaurs’.