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  • Protective Materials for Maritime Vessels (.pdf)
    As early as 1950 a new generation of composite materials was being developed to support the offshore oil & gas, aerospace, and defense industries. These materials included syntactic foams, glass and ceramic-based hollow micro and macrospheres, unique polymers, elastomers, and rubber. Today
  • Process Creates Ceramics That Won't Shrink Or Change Shape
    is the major component of teeth and bones, and so is suitable for medical implants. In sodium vapor lamps -- the lights often found along highways -- transparent ceramic acts as a containment vessel. Ceramic components for automobile engines are lighter and more wear-resistant than their metal
  • Industry Reference: Semiconductor and Wafer Production
    Etched foil element heaters to heat acid in portable wafer processing baths, High Temperature Binder Inorganic and Organic coatings and with fabrication materials such as fiberglass cloth, fiberglass mat, mica, and ceramic fiber insulating carriers, etc... Thermal Circuits -Semiconductor etched
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    Jaw Reconstruction. Ceramic scaffolding created using Sandia's Robocasting method expedites passage of new bone and blood vessels. Use of the method could reduce trauma and pain during bone replacement. Scientists from the University of Illinois (UI; Champaign-Urbana, IL) and Sandia National
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    = 0.34(8 s/ pf2)1/3 (2). Figure 4. Cross-section of a typical ultrasonic nozzle. A typical ultrasonic nozzle is shown in cross-section in Figure 4. Disc-shaped ceramic piezoelectric transducers convert high frequency electrical energy from an oscillator/amplifier into vibratory mechanical
  • Xanthan Gum in Chemical Applications
    Xanthan gum is a polysaccharide widely used for its thickening and stabilizing effect on emulsions and suspensions, particularly in the Food industry. It is also used in many chemical applications such as adhesives, ceramic glazes, drilling muds, foundry compounds, latex emulsions, lubricants
  • Medical Device Link .
    ). "There is no such thing as inert in the body, " he says. "Every material will elicit some type of response; the issue is trying to find something that 's minimal so it 's as close to being inert as possible. " A biomaterial, which is often made from an alloy, a ceramic, or a polymer, must display traits
  • Medical Device Link .
    to modify material surfaces on a microscopic level without manual operations or the use of chemical products. With this technique, it is possible in a well-controlled and reproducible way to clean, activate, etch, or otherwise modify the surface of plastic, metal, or ceramic materials to improve

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