From complex engineered materials to high-purity metals and magnetic materials, every scientist needs materials for their experiments.
Widely used for applications in the aerospace, electronic and OEM industries, Master Bond EP121CL-LO is a high performance epoxy that passes ASTM E595 testing for NASA low outgassing specifications.
Gooch & Housego launches a new range of acousto-optic modulators (AOMs) and RF drivers for CO2 lasers at Laser, World of Photonics, Munich, 22-25 June 2015.
The chemical element platinum is one of the most commonly known – not just in the world of science, but in the world of the consumer.
CRAIC FilmPro™ software is used with CRAIC Technologies microspectrometers to measure the thickness of thin films of microspot areas in both reflectance and transmission.
Huntingdon, UK … 25th June 2015 … Goodfellow Ceramic and Glass Division offers Shapal™ Hi-M soft
Alfa Aesar is pleased to announce the new Heterogeneous Catalyst Kit - developed by Johnson Matthey Catalysis and Chiral Technologies - is now available.
The Q300T ES is a large chamber, turbomolecular-pumped coating system ideally suited to metal evaporation onto large diameter specimens up to 6”/152 mm (for example a wafer) or smallermultiple specimens.
The chemical element tantalum, or Ta, serves many purposes in science and medicine. It is also present in the components of many consumer electrical goods. Its role in electrochemistry is also very important in its inclusion in many electronic consumer goods.
Specially formulated for medical device applications, Master Bond MasterSil 912Med is a room temperature vulcanizing silicone system for high performance bonding, sealing and coating.
The University of Southampton’s Optoelectronics Research Centre (ORC) is making its next-generation fibre available for purchase.The ORC will be promoting the optical fibre, which until recently had not been openly available, at the Laser exhibition in Munich (June 22-25).
Okayama University Research: Innovative pendulum-dynamo for generating electricity from tidal energy
(Okayama, Japan, 24 June 2014) Research highlights in the June issue of the Okayama University e-Bulletin include innovative pendulum dynamo for converting tidal energy to electricity; models for breeding plants; unique insights into photosynthesis and Photosystem II; repairing DNA; and developing lition ion baterries with help from bacteria.
(Toyohashi, Japan, 25 June 2014) Toyohashi Tech researchers have developed a simple, low-loss waveguide for Surface Plasmon Polaritons (SPPs) that is applicable to nanoscale photonic integrated circuits on silicon.