Article - 11 Dec 2015
Columbiana Hi Tech (CHT) has been lending support to the nuclear fuel cycle for 30 years, delivering products and custom fabrication for the nuclear industry.
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 - 2 Nov 2020
In the world of sealing technology, solutions are often hidden within complex systems. Part of the most important components of any system, machine or device, seals are key in securing the function of...
Article - 9 Feb 2022
AZoM aims to share materials science and engineering with the world and with people who can make a difference. On this International Day of Women and Girls in Science, we are highlighting a selection...
Article - 2 Jul 2020
The thermal processing of nuclear materials such as UO2 pellets can be used for various nuclear applications.
Article - 27 Apr 2020
In this interview Dr. Thomas E. Albrecht-Schmitt talks to AZoM about his research into some of the heaviest elements in chemistry.
Article - 10 Oct 2014
Professor Andrew Alderson, Principle Research Fellow at the Materials and Engineering Research Institute (MERI) at Sheffield Hallam University, talks to AZoM about his work with Auxetic Materials,...
Article - 1 Dec 2012
Californium was discovered in 1950 by a team consisting of Glenn Seaborg, Albert Ghiorso, Kenneth Street and Stanley G. Thompson at the University of California
Article - 21 Nov 2001
Plasma cutting evolved from Tungsten Inert Gas (TIG) welding. By constricting the nozzle opening, gas velocity increased and effectively blasted molten metal away from the puddle created by the arc....
Article - 6 Dec 2012
Edwin McMillan and Philip H. Abelson first produced neptunium at the University of California in 1940. The scientists bombarded uranium-238 atoms with neutrons to chemically produce neptunium-239...