nanostructured material

nanostructured material

[′nan·ōstrək·chərd mətir·ē·əl]
(materials)
A material whose composition is modulated over nanometer length scales in zero, one, two, or three dimensions. Also known as nanocomposite material.
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E, and her colleagues are currently developing an alternative nanostructured material to silicone rubber that will minimize complications.
Contract award: Research equipment for the structural analysis of nanostructured materials in the Laboratory of Advanced Materials
Therefore, the results can be used in the production of nanostructured materials with specific morphologies to be used in industries such as electronics.
Advincula's research focuses on the design, synthesis, and characterization of polymers and nanostructured materials capable of controlled assembly, tethering, and self-organization in ultrathin films and dispersions.
Properties such as anti-microbialism, product longevity, thermal insulation, gloss retention, dirt and water repellency, hardness, corrosion resistance, flame retardancy, ultraviolet radiation stability, improved energy efficiency, anti-graffiti, self-cleaning, moisture absorbing, gloss retention and chemical and mechanical properties are improved significantly using nanostructured materials.
By incorporating the latest energy-saving LED technology with a sophisticated optical system using nanostructured materials into a high-tech window system, COELUX therefore not only has the potential to be a revolutionary innovation for the contemporary lighting and design industry, but also to boost the well-being of citizens in Europe and beyond.
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These include giant magneto-resistance multi-layers for computer memory, nanostructured coatings in data storage and photographic industry, nanoparticles for colorants in printing and drug delivery in pharmaceutical field, superlattice confinement effects for optoelectronic devices and lasers, and nanostructured materials such as nanocomposites and nanophase materials.
The Kepstan range, developed by researchers at CERDATO, Arkema's technical polymers research center, complements the group's other advanced materials including Kynar fluoropolymers, Altuglas PMMA, Rilsan and Rilsamid polyamides, Pebax thermoplastic elastomers, as well as Nanostrength and Graphistrength nanostructured materials, according to the company.
Professor Pradeep Rohatgi is optimistic about the prospects of nanostructured materials in metalcasting.
Arkema says the acquisition is part of its strategy to expand in performance materials, which include Kynar PVdF, AItuglas PMMA, various Rilsan performance nylons, Pebax polyether block amide thermoplastic elastomer and Nanostrength and Graphistrength nanostructured materials.