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News from the glass and refractory worlds

By P. Carlo Ratto / May 22, 2012

• The enterprise for the production of construction glass in Kairakum (Sughd, Tajikistan) has launched a new line for production of one-liter and two-liter glass jars. Daily capacity of the new production line will be 20 thousand containers. Currently, the company produces 10,000 units of one-liter glass jars and two-liter per day. • AGY (Aiken, S.C.,…

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Samsung Galaxy S3 ceramic case?

By / May 3, 2012

It is. Or, it isn’t. “Ceramic white” in previous versions, from what I can tell wasn’t really ceramic, so I suspect “ceramic blue” isn’t either. Maybe if there is an S4, they could roll out a new color called “ceramic terra cotta.” So, bottomline, I dunno. But if they want to send ACerS one to…

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Oxide electronics: Zinc oxide nanostructured LEDs and tantalum oxide nonvolatile memories

By Eileen De Guire / July 18, 2011

Zinc oxide nanostructures are synthesized in parallel microfluidic channels (held by the metal frame) by flowing reactants through the tubing. The microfluidic structure creates the device and also becomes the final packaged functional LED device. Photo: Jaebum Joo; MITnews Just when I thought I could stroll back into the macro world, two new papers were…

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