Nov. 30, 2018ScienceMaterial Science
Many people think it’s strange to regard plastics as ‘heritage’, but objects made from plastics are found more and more often in museum collections nowadays. They are present in works of modern art and classic design ...
Complete de-agglomeration of particulate materials is a prerequisite for good results in particle size analysis. Treatment in ultrasonic baths is often insufficient. This article compares several methods of de-agglomeration.
Nov. 29, 2018ScienceMaterial Science
During the last decade, significant advances in chromatography kinetics have been widely applied in using sub 2 micron and core shell media. When coupled with ultra-high-pressure systems (> 400 bar) they yield substantially faster ...
Nov. 28, 2018ScienceMaterial Science
Everybody knows polymers: chain-like, primarily carbon-based macromolecules featuring an enormous richness of intriguing physical properties, both structural to rheological, stemming from the connectivity of the chains and the entropy ...
Oct. 06, 2018ScienceMaterial Science
Amorphous metals, or metallic glasses, experienced a rapid development during the last 50 years. They now found their way out of the laboratory and are a promising candidate for industrial application. The recent development of ...
May. 30, 2018ScienceMaterial Science
Intensities of beam currents in particle accelerators or storage rings need to be measureable. Numerous measurement devices to determine the number of agitated electrically charged particles exist for this purpose. A large problem arises ...
Feb. 26, 2018ScienceMaterial Science
The last five years have witnessed a huge breakthrough in the creation and study of the properties of a new class of compounds, namely, metamaterials. The next stage of this technological revolution will be the development of active, ...
Feb. 21, 2018ScienceMaterial Science
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