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Joseph Federico, VP of NJ Micro Electronic Testing, NJ, Announced Expansion of Its Laboratory Testing Services to Include Tensile Testing Clifton, NJ (PRWEB)
Thin gold wires often used in high-end electronic applications are wonderfully flexible as well as conductive.
Hohai University in Nanjing has established a research tradition in hydraulic engineering over the last 95 years.
A variety of structural phenomena in exotic short-lived nuclei far from stability, especially in systems close to the particle drip lines, challenge model descriptions based on the self-consistent mean-field approximation.
In a paper published in Nature, Huajian Gao and researchers from the University of Alabama and China report a new mechanism that governs the peak strength of nanostructured metals.
Johns Hopkins researchers have discovered that, under the right conditions, newly developed nanocrystalline materials exhibit surprising activity in the tiny spaces between the geometric clusters of atoms called nanocrystals from which they are made.
Researchers at the California Institute of Technology (Caltech) have developed a way to make some notoriously brittle materials ductileâ€”yet stronger than everâ€”simply by reducing their size.
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Applied mathematicians dissected the morphology of the plantain lily (Hosta lancifolia), a characteristic long leaf with a saddle-like arc midsection and closely packed ripples along the edges.
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