Article - 17 Jan 2007
This looks at an electrochemical study of the underpotential deposition of cobalt onto glassy carbon electrode by the voltammetric techniques (cyclic, linear and rotating disk electrode voltammetry)....
News - 31 Aug 2006
Everyone knows the frustration of battery discharge: that sinking feeling when your notebook computer shuts down before you've saved that vital document or the artistic annoyance when your digital...
Article - 27 Sep 2001
Processing techniques such as polymer film extrusion, in-situ polymerisation, injection and blow moulding and extrusion processes for production of clay-based nanocomposites are discussed as are...
Article - 14 Feb 2020
Since the commercialization of Li-Ion batteries in 1991, advancements in Li-ion battery research have further developed towards today's green era.
Article - 4 Nov 2005
An electrochemical study of the lithium insertion in phosphate tungsten bronzes through potentiostatic and galvanostatic experiments was carried out. Property results suggest that these bronzes only...
News - 28 Jul 2010
Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/189a6c/functionalized_ino) has announced the addition of John Wiley and Sons Ltd's new book "Functionalized Inorganic Fluorides:...
Article - 13 Apr 2017
The scientists around MIT professor Yet-Min Chiang and graduate students Kai Xiang and Wenting Xing discovered that a glass-like phase prevents the material from cracking despite large volume changes.
Article - 9 Oct 2001
Clay-based nanocomposites are generally combinations of clays and polymers. Intercalated hybrids maintain a clay-like structure, with increased spacings between layers, while in exfoliated hybrids the...
News - 12 Nov 2014
Researchers have developed an advanced polymer nanomaterial that is electrically conductive, strong, and yet flexible enough to be folded easily. The material offers a new approach to improve...
News - 1 May 2012
DEStech Publications, Inc. announces the publication of Plants and Mechanical Motion, edited by Norman M. Wereley from the University of Maryland and Janet M. Sater from the Institute of Defense...