nanocomposite material

nanocomposite material

[‚nan·ō·kəm′päz·ət mə‚tir·ē·əl]
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It is reasonable to explore a new nanocomposite material, parameter characterization and identification during the assemble processing.
Konig, Porous three-dimensional scaffolds made of mineralised collagen: Preparation and properties of a biomimetic nanocomposite material for tissue engineering of bone, Chemical Engineering Journal, 137 84-96 (2008).
An illustration of the new IBN nanocomposite material which is composed of gold-copper alloy atoms in the core and platinum atoms at the outer layer.
To investigate the uptake and release of hydrogen in their nanocomposite material, the team turned to Berkeley Lab's Energy and Environmental Technologies Division (EETD), whose research is aimed at developing more environmentally friendly technologies for generating and storing energy, including hydrogen storage.
The contribution of multiwall carbon nanotubes concentration and their dispersion technology on nanocomposite material obtaining with improved electric properties was analyzed.
The mechanical tests of this nanocomposite material in comparison with the not extruded materials show a tensile strength increase of 40% and yield strength increase of 30%.
An important issue with nanocomposite material synthesis is to preserve the nanostructure through the synthesis stage.
Based on this characteristic of the nanocomposite material, the gear mechanism has advanced mechanical properties, including high resistance to abrasion and heat as well as good sliding and antistatic qualities.
Dylyn(r) is a diamond-like nanocomposite material with similarities to DLC but with some distinct advantages.
This Project tackles the development of a new type of nanocomposite material, comprising an electrically conducting or semiconducting nanoporous layer filled with a suitable dielectric material, where the magnetic properties of the metal/semiconductor will be largely tuned at room temperature (RT) by simply applying a voltage, via electric charge accumulation.
The new nanocomposite material, with its multi-coating layer, is not only wear- and chemical-resistant; it is also able to clean itself through photo-catalysis.