Month: November 2019

Volume Graphics and Renault enter supplier agreement

Software developer Volume Graphics says that it has entered into a multi-year official supplier agreement with the Renault F1 Team to develop computed tomography (CT) non-destructive testing, including the inspection of additive components. The team plans to use Volume Graphics’ VGstudio Max software which can identify important 3D printing defects. Users can also analyze raw materials …

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Open Call – Materials Today Chemistry: Special Issue on FINAEC (Functional Interfaces based Nanomaterials for Applications in Environment and Chemistry)

FINAEC Description: Interfaces are one of the most important parameters contributing to different properties of materials towards various applications. In  the case of nanomaterials, it is actually the very large interfacial surface area (high surface to volume ratio) which leads to extraordinary properties. By selecting appropriate material design and engineering their surfaces with different molecules/nanostructures, …

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Ultra-thin coatings technology

Chemicals company Nouryon and US-based startup Forge Nano will join forces to develop ultra-thin coatings for batteries and catalysts. The companies say that they will use atomic layer deposition (ALD) technology to develop coatings for new applications. While Forge Nano develops nano-coating technology, Nouryon can supply the metalorganic building blocks, including trimethylaluminum (TMAL) and diethylzinc …

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