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2008-09-22 09:00:41

LAS VEGAS, Sept. 22 /PRNewswire/ -- MINEXPO (BOOTH # 373) -- MicroMentis (http://www.micromentis.com/), a Canadian-based leader in solids technology, today debuted the industry's first non-invasive platform in North America for rapidly testing and finding geological structures within the Earth's surface. Called SWIPS(TM) (Surface Wave Intelligent Profiling System), the platform enables users to analyze, model and visualize the physical and mechanical properties of solids in a non-invasive...

2008-08-12 09:01:22

Mr. LuVerne E.W. Hogg, President and CEO of ZEOX Corporation (The "Company" or "ZEOX") (TSX VENTURE: ZOX), is very pleased to announce that the Company's subsidiary, ZEOX Performance Materials, LLC ("ZPM") under the leadership of Chief Technology Officer, Dr. David Chaiko, and his scientific team have developed a new class of surfactant technology based on a newly developed molecular structure known as Lipotrope(R). Surfactants are surface active agents required in the chemical processing of...

2008-07-17 03:00:35

By Lee, Sang-Bok Lee, Sang-Kwan; Lee, Sunghak; Kim, Nack J The feasibility to fabricate the tungsten and STS-fiber- reinforced amorphous alloy matrix composites was verified by analyses of the thermal stress and cooling behavior between matrix and metallic fibers. Approximately 50 to 65 vol pct of fibers were homogeneously distributed inside the amorphous matrix, although the matrix of the STS-fiber-reinforced composite contained a small amount of crystalline phases. The compressive test...

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2007-08-15 17:13:11

University of Arizona physicists have discovered that "super crystals" -- crystals which are hundreds to thousands times larger than conventional crystals -- exist in certain organic semiconducting solids. Pure super-crystalline organic semiconductors will conduct electricity much differently than conventional solids. Super-crystalline semiconductors, for example, could create splashes of current on electrical contacts, even in a uniform electric field, say UA physicist Andrei Lebed and...