Understanding radiation-induced plastic flow in amorphous silica glass is vital for glass science and technology, and for decades it has been studied using high-energy ions and particles. However, researchers still do not truly comprehend the deformation behavior of such material irradiated by low-energy electrons.
Oxford Instruments is proud to announce that its NanoAnalysis division has won the prestigious Queen’s Award for Enterprise 2019 for the Ultim® Extreme detector system.
Being able to offer cryogen free systems where the cooling stages that would have traditionally relied on liquid cryogens have been replaced by a closed cycle refrigerator that is powered by electricity, has enabled customers from all over the world identify new applications that were previously not possible.
During the production of a metal, the manufacturing process is marked by careful regulation of the mechanical properties of the wrought metal. However, these may undergo change later on when the wrought metal is shaped into the end product.
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Heat Transfer Properties of Nanoparticles
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Grafine Ltd Exhibits at Chinaplas 2019
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From The University of Manchester I3 Limited
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The Graphene Council is the largest Community for graphene professionals, producers, research application developers and end-users in the world. In this interview, Terrance Barkan, Executive Director from The Graphene Council talks to AZoNano about their 2019 Bulk Graphene Market Report and what is
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This product profile describes Plasma Treatment Equipment for Semiconductor Manufacturing.
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