Electron beam microscope directly writes nanoscale features in liquid with metal ink

Scientists at the Department of Energy’s Oak Ridge National Laboratory are the first to harness a scanning transmission electron microscope (STEM) to directly write tiny patterns in metallic “ink,” forming features in liquid that are finer than half the width of a human hair.

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OnOctober 11, 2016, posted in: Latest News by

Way found to make alane a better hydrogen fuel option for vehicles

Scientists at the U.S. Department of Energy’s Ames Laboratory, in collaboration with several partners, have discovered a less-expensive, more energy-efficient way to produce alane — aluminum trihydride — a hydrogen source widely considered to be a technological dead-end for use in automotive vehicles.

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OnOctober 8, 2016, posted in: Latest News by

The Importance of Metal Powder

How is Metal Powder Produced?

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OnSeptember 30, 2016, posted in: Latest News by

We’re not in Kansas anymore: Fluorescent ruby red roofs stay as cool as white

Elementary school science teaches us that in the sun, dark colors get hot while white stays cool. Now new research from Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (Berkeley Lab) has found an exception: scientists have determined that certain dark pigments can stay just as cool as white by using fluorescence, the re-emission of absorbed light.

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OnSeptember 27, 2016, posted in: Latest News by

Silicon Powder and Its Uses and Benefits – Complete Overview

The silicon powder is a high-performance powder with superb performances of silicone for example impact resistance, lubricity, heat resistance, photodiffusion and others.

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OnSeptember 23, 2016, posted in: Latest News by