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Content tagged with Materials & Assembly posted in October 2007
Carbon Nanotubes Used as Pressure Sensors
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10/26/2007  Post a comment
RPI researchers study nanotubes' mechanical, electrical properties
Tool-less Process Creates Fast, Economic Housings
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10/22/2007  Post a comment
Check out this budding process, for runs up to 10,000
RPI Researchers Develop Nanoblades
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Nanoblades hold promise for hydrogen storage
Power Polymers Fuel Solar Cell Advances
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Proprietary semi-conductive polymers team with conventional processes to advance solar energy
Talk About Tough Specs
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Mine apparatus must resist static build up and provide RFI shielding
Engineering Green Packaging
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The move toward sustainable packaging will usher in material, design and machinery changes
Goodfellow Releases Ultra-Thin PEEK Film
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10/1/2007  Post a comment
Thermoplastic film is .006 mm thick




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