Article - 12 Oct 2008
Clays have been used as low cost fillers and extenders, at the 20-30 weight percent (wt%) level since Adam was a lad. These phase separated microcomposites offered improved rigidity but less strength,...
Article - 6 Oct 2005
Researchers at Queen Mary, University of London and the Universite Paris Sud have used Accelrys' density functional theory (DFT) code CASTEP to study the formation of clay-polymer nanocomposite...
Article - 19 Jan 2005
Many ceramics are produced from casting slips. Properties of the final product are dictated by the slip properties. These can be optimized by optimizing particle size and zeta potential. A case study...
Article - 2 Apr 2004
Researchers from Tomsk have invented and manufactured a device to produce a choice selection of nanoparticles – all particles are equal to the required size and inexpensive. Posted March 26 2004
Article - 21 Oct 2003
Lehigh University scientists have found that nanoscopic cracks on the surface of glassware may spoil its transparency and make it appear dirty. Posted October 21 2003
Article - 28 Dec 2005
Micromeritics manufactures a broad line of automated analytical laboratory instruments that measure the physical characteristics of powders and solids for fundamental research, product development,...
Article - 26 Jul 2004
The 2005 Hummer H2 SUT is the latest vehicle in General Motors Corp.’s line-up to benefit from a lightweight, high performance nanocomposite material. Posted May 13 2004
Article - 25 Jul 2005
Food packaging and monitoring are a major focus of food industry-related nanotech research and development.
Article - 27 Jun 2005
The area of nanocomposites comprises the nanomaterials and processing methods that are used to disperse nanoparticles in ceramics, metals or plastics. Different types of nanocomposites, framework...
Article - 3 Mar 2005
With nanoparticles decreasing in size and their usage becoming more widespread, the importance of being able to accurately measure particle size distribution is also increasing. The capllary...