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  • Article - 29 Jul 2002
    Ceramic microdetectors or ceramic photocells may help to cure some kinds of blindness. These materials detect incoming light and convert it into electrical impulses, similar to the retina. The origins...
  • Article - 14 Jun 2012
    Robert Bunsen and Gustav Kirchhoff discovered the element Rubidium in 1861 with the help of a spectroscope while analyzing a mineral called lepidolite. Properties and applications of rubidium are...
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    As a member of Chinese Society of Particuology, HMKTest has been operating under the brand AimSizer since 1997 with target of international high-end particle size test instrument market. The main...
  • Supplier Profile
    Tinius Olsen is the leading specialist manufacturer and supplier of static tension and/or compression materials testing machines. Tinius Olsen machines are designed for use in Research and Quality...
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    Sherwood Scientific Ltd is a Development and Manufacturing company producing a range of scientific instruments and apparatus with applications in many industries, education and research. Based in...
  • News - 22 Dec 2014
    Researchers from the University of Oregon (UO) have conducted a spectroscopy experiment by illuminating four laser light pulses on nanoparticle photocells. This new research, which has been published...
  • News - 6 Sep 2010
    Plants are good at doing what scientists and engineers have been struggling to do for decades: converting sunlight into stored energy, and doing so reliably day after day, year after year. Now some...
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    AS-2011 Laser Particle Size Analyzer uses the Mie Scattering principle to precisely determine the particle size distribution from 0.1 to 500 micrometers.
  • News - 14 Aug 2019
    The first-ever metal-organic polymeric materials, or metal-organic frameworks (MOFs), have been synthesized under the guidance of Eugeny Alexandrov—head of the laboratory for the synthesis of...
  • News - 25 Nov 2008
    You never know where basic research may lead. For decades materials scientists have been experimenting with a corkscrew-like polymer structure called a gyroid. Now an international team of researchers...