Article - 19 Jan 2006
Quantifying the hydrogen storage capacity of new materials is a key technology for predicting the performance in a fuel cell or hydrogen storage device.
The HPVA II Series of adsorption analyzers utilizes the static volumetric technique in order to achieve high-pressure desorption and adsorption isotherms.
Article - 4 Mar 2020
Diamond-like carbon coatings (DLCs) held, and continue to hold, great promise for the improvement in friction and wear resistance of engine parts.
Article - 2 Dec 2019
Close analysis of the elemental composition of these particles is required to ensure safe and sustainable development of nanotechnology applications.
Article - 27 Aug 2019
Plasma technology is commonly used in many industries, including in the automotive, microelectronics, packaging and medical device industries.
Article - 21 Sep 2018
This article explores the use of plasma reactors for graphene production.
Article - 17 Jul 2018
To obtain better performance from materials which are used in harsh environments, their mechanical attributes with respect to their microstructure must be well established.
Article - 3 Oct 2017
Chemical vapor deposition (CVD) is the most common way of producing graphene and is performed in many ways throughout the world.
Article - 27 Feb 2017
While they have been identified, named and classified, not much is known about the heaviest, radioactive elements at the bottom of the periodic table.
Article - 17 Feb 2017
Researchers at Rice University’s Department of Chemistry have developed three-dimensional rebar graphene foam (3D rebar GF). The research group used multi-walled carbon nanotubes (MWCNT) to reinforce...