Article - 13 Apr 2006
Virtually everything in the modern world has a paint, varnish, sealant or other coating. Understanding the properties of these coatings is critical to predicting their long-term performance. Element's...
Article - 20 Jan 2003
Conventional testing of electronic connections calls for mechanical pulling and shearing. Outlined herein is a new non-contact, non-destructive technique using lasers to test bond integrity. The...
Article - 6 Aug 2018
Sona is Andor’s latest high performance, vacuum cooled sCMOS camera platform, purpose built for fluorescence microscopy.
Article - 16 Aug 2012
Using the latest manufacturing techniques and often exotic materials, biomedical devices particularly those used in humans, present some of the biggest engineering challenges for the material science...
Article - 26 Feb 2001
The different types of biomaterials and their classifications (inert, active and resorbable) are defined and key properties are given.
Article - 6 Dec 2012
Arthur C. Wohl, Edward M. McMillan, Joseph W. Kennedy and Glenn T. Seaborg first discovered plutonium at the University of California in 1941.They bombarded uranium-238 atoms with deuterons in a...
Article - 14 Jun 2012
In 1803AD, Osmium was discovered by Smithson Tennant who separated it and iridium out from an impure platinum sample. Properties, occurence, production and applications of osmium are covered in this...
Article - 19 Jul 2009
Master Bond offers a comprehensive line of one and two component epoxies, silicones, polyurethanes, cyanoacrylates, and UV cure systems for the assembly of both disposable and reusable medical...
Article - 13 Jun 2013
Osmium is a hard, brittle, bluish-white chemical element in Group 8 of the periodic table, with an atomic number 76. It is the densest of all the elements, and it is found in nature as an alloy,...