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By Eileen De Guire / February 25, 2014

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Ceramics and glass business news of the week

By / December 31, 2012

Mid-holiday edition: NanoMaterials Innovation Center welcomes new technical manager, process engineer The Nanomaterials Innovation Center is pleased to announce additions to their science and technical staff. The NMIC appointed John W. Matteson, as technical manager. Matteson brings over 20 years’ engineering and materials processing experience across several industries inclusive of manufacture of industrial furnaces and…

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Ceramics and glass business news of the week

By / June 7, 2012

Here’s what we are hearing: Harper chosen by Allomet for advanced rotary furnace for unique metal powder processing Harper International, a world leader in thermal processing solutions for advanced materials, has been selected by Allomet Corp. for the design of a new continuous rotary furnace for the production of specialty composite metal powders. The system…

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Ceramics and glass business news of the week

By / September 7, 2011

MV Products Multi-Trap. Credit MV Products. Here’s what we are hearing: Asylum Research and Atomic Force DE appoint Rafaël Barbattini for AFM support Français OSRAM celebrates milestone in manufacturing of OLED MV Products offers high-capacity vacuum pump trap for collecting particulates at both the inlet and exhaust of during LPCVD, PECVD, and ALD semiconductor processing…

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Imaging the electrochemical reaction in solid oxide fuel cells

By Eileen De Guire / August 25, 2011

Electrochemical strain microscopy images ion mobility. The overlay shows electrochemical activity of platinum nanoparticles on a yttria-stabilized zirconia surface, showing ionic activity along the triple phase boundaries. Credit: ORNL My favorite part of the TV hospital drama, House, is the beginning when the failure occurs. The show opens with the patient-of-the-week doing normal stuff and…

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Ceramic and glass business news from this week

By / April 29, 2011

Union Process manufactures dry grinding attritor for ceramics Union Process Inc., known globally as a manufacturer of size reduction and dispersing equipment for a broad range of industrial applications, has built a specially designed attritor for a European customer that manufactures raw materials for the ceramic industry. The attritor features CE certification and is powered by…

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Industry news from this week

By / January 31, 2011

Here’s what we are hearing: Hybon 2026 fiber glass by PPG qualified for wind turbine blades by Aerodyn New Energy researchers develop technology targeting improved efficiency and lower production costs of SolarWindow Setaram offers new brochure about its activities, its products, its thermal analysis, calorimetry techniques and gas sorption solutions and services. IPG Photonics strengthens…

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Random headlines Saturday

By / April 11, 2009

Titania photoanodes return from the dead. Here, too. Clarkson groups awarded for “Electrochemical Supercapacitors Based on Polymerizable Ionic Liquids.” Absorbance modulation etches lines one-tenth the width of the light wavelength used to create them. AFM maker Asylum Research celebrates 10-year anniversary. Power industry might see ‘bust-to-boom’ upturn. Highly magnetic nanoparticles being tapped to reprocess nuclear…

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