insulating compound

insulating compound

[′in·sə‚lād·iŋ ‚käm‚paünd]
(materials)
A liquid, at low temperatures, which is poured into joint boxes and allowed to solidify; as a poor conductor of heat and electricity, it provides good insulation.
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Tenders are invited for procurement of insulating compound
9 Physical Review Letters, creates a magnetic form of graphene by precisely placing it above a magnetic, insulating compound. It's the first time researchers have magnetized graphene while also preserving the ultrathin material's other tantalizing properties, such as the super-speed of electrons coursing through it.
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