News - 7 Feb 2019
Hydrogen, the second-tiniest of all atoms, can penetrate right into the crystal structure of a solid metal.
That’s good news for efforts to store hydrogen fuel safely within the metal...
News - 20 Jun 2013
Jackets with built-in mobile phones, sports clothes that warn you when your heart rate gets too high, wallpaper with glowing patterns—these are not concepts from a science fiction movie, some of...
Article - 11 Feb 2002
The effects of various media such as alkalis, inorganic salts, organic chemicals, organic acids, oxygen, hydrogen, sulfur dioxide, hydrogen sulfide, nitrogen, ammonia and liquid metals on titanium are...
Article - 1 Feb 2012
Nature’s porous materials, bone, coral and cork, are synonymous with strong and lightweight structures.
Article - 29 Jan 2013
Metal foam is a cellular structure made up of a solid metal containing a large volume fraction of gas-filled pores. These pores can either be sealed (closed-cell foam), or they can be an...
Article - 10 Dec 2007
In this article an electrochemical treatment process is used to effectively form hydroxyapatite, HAP, in simulated body fluid on the surface of TNTZ for biocompatible prosthetic applications.
At the core of the IsoSORP® Sorption Analysis instruments lies the Magnetic Suspension Balance, which delivers the accurate weight of the sample material.
Article - 21 Jun 2022
Hydrogen (H2) is predicted to play a significant role in various sectors, including transportation, energy storage, and rechargeable batteries. Several research initiatives are underway to identify...
Article - 25 Jun 2018
Researchers have discovered a new class of photocatalytic materials that could be a breakthrough for solar energy storage.
Article - 29 Nov 2001
Ceramic brazing techniques are used to join ceramics to other materials. Sometimes the use of intermediate layers are required to increase wetting of the materials to enable creation of a suitable...