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  • Article - 16 Feb 2002
    Compared to osmium, tungsten can endure significantly higher temperatures and has a very low vapor pressure. This results in more luminosity and an extended lifetime.
  • Article - 16 Jul 2010
    Master Bond Inc. formulates a wide range of epoxy, silicone, polyurethane, and polysulfide adhesives for high performance and reliability.
  • Article - 20 Sep 2018
    Traditionally, the accurate measurement of coatings deposited on a curved surface has been difficult without the use of witness samples.
  • Article - 12 Jun 2018
    Researchers and analysts in forensic labs and customer centers all over the globe use a vast range of techniques to provide materials analysis.
  • Article - 7 Dec 2012
    Acrylic resins include thermosetting or thermoplastic plastic substances obtained from methacrylic acid, acrylic acid or other related compounds. These resins are extensively used in mobile...
  • Article - 1 Aug 2011
    The Thermcraft transparent tube furnace allows users to visually check how their processes are reacting while at operating temperatures. The design, construction and applications of this unique...
  • Article - 22 May 2003
    A summary of literature on the in vivo behaviour of zirconia ceramics is reported. Its behaviour is compared to that of alumina, with reports covering both soft and hard tissue behaviour and...
  • Article - 30 Nov 2001
    Biaxial testing is a method that can assess how polymer matrix composites will perform under complex load situations.
  • Article - 28 Sep 2001
    Fillers such as carbon nanotubes and nanofibres can be used in polymer matrix nanocomposites. Matrices include polymers such as polyamides, polyesters, polycarbonates etc. Applications include...
  • Article - 12 Jul 2018
    The science of the measurement of light in terms of how the human eye perceives its brightness to the is known as photometry, which reveals differing sensitivity to different wavelengths of visible...