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  • In vitro apical microleakage evaluation for different endodontic sealers by spec...
    Background: It has been established that several filling techniques can affect apical leakage, which is responsible for 59% of endodontic failures. The primary goal of endodontic therapy is to create a tight seal that aids in repairing the periapical tissues, prevents apical periodontitis, and shields against root canal infection. The...
    Source: F1000 Research by Zahraa Sahib Mezaal
  • Engineers solve a mystery on the path to smaller, lighter batteries
    Branchlike metallic filaments can sap the power of solid-state lithium batteries. A new study explains how they form and how to divert them....
    Source: MIT: Research by David L. Chandler | MIT News Office
  • Keck Observatory's Newest Planet Hunter Puts Its Eye on the Sky
    More than 5,000 exoplanets, or planets that orbit stars beyond our sun, have been spotted over the last 30 years, and discoveries from space and ground-based telescopes continue to roll in. The planets come in many sizes and compositions and include everything from molten lava worlds to gas giant planets...
    Source: Caltech by Whitney Clavin
  • 'Devilfish' Could Help Treat Wastewater from Ceramics
    Invasive suckermouths can be transformed into an industrial water cleaner...
    Source: Scientific American - News by Gary Hartley
  • Engineers develop a new kind of shape-memory material
    The ceramic-based material could be used for highly efficient actuators for aircraft or other uses, with minimal moving parts....
    Source: MIT: Research by David L. Chandler | MIT News Office
  • A green and sustainable strategy toward lithium resources recycling from spent b...
    The P3HT-modified LLZTO ceramic electrolyte enables high-purity lithium recycling from various spent batteries....
    Source: Science - Advances
  • Materials, Vol. 15, Pages 6841: Advanced Proton-Conducting Ceramics Based on Lay...
    Production of high efficiency renewable energy source for sustainable global development is an important challenge for humans. Hydrogen energy systems are one of the key elements for the development of sustainable energy future. These systems are eco-friendly and include devices such as protonic ceramic fuel cells, which require advanced proton-conducting...
    Source: MDPI by Nataliia Tarasova
  • 2817 SMD foil-on-ceramic resistor range extended up to 100mΩ
    Stackpole has extended its CSRF2817 range of surface-mount foil-on-ceramic resistors up to 100mΩ – it continues to reach down to 3mΩ. “For devices that need somewhat higher resistance values, high current handling, low temperature coefficient and high stability, finding cost effective solutions can be challenging,” according to the company. “Film...
    Source: Electronics Weekly by Steve Bush
  • Simulating Martian dust for 3D printing in space
    Researchers from Washington State University have shown how to manufacture a high-performance material on Mars to produce rocket parts or tools in situ. The approach, based on 3D printing of a rock–metal composite, could help progress the in-space and on-planet manufacturing of structurally sound parts to aid interplanetary space exploration in the...
    Source: Materials Today
  • Colorants, Vol. 1, Pages 376-387: Exploring the Colors of Copper-Containing Pigm...
    The colors of copper-containing pigments, copper (II) oxide and malachite, and their origins in ceramic glazes were systematically examined over a wide firing temperature range using a suite of analytical and spectroscopy techniques including SEM, UV-Vis FORS, XRD, FTIR, and EPR to gain new insight into the structural and chemical...
    Source: MDPI by Iris Peng
  • Polymers, Vol. 14, Pages 4016: Novel Functional Glass–Ceramic Coatings on...
    ‘Silica-defective glasses’, combined with a silicone binder, have been already shown as a promising solution for the manufacturing of glass–ceramics with complex geometries. A fundamental advantage is the fact that, after holding glass powders together from room temperature up to the firing temperature, the binder does not completely disappear. More...
    Source: MDPI by Hamada Elsayed
  • 3D printing and self-assembly promise novel ceramics
    3D printed pre-ceramic polymer and pre-ceramic polymer component, after cross-linking but before conversion to ceramic.3D printed log pile structure folded into a tube-like structure, then cross-linked and fired at high temperature to convert the structure into a hierarchically structured ceramic.3D printed log pile sheet folded into a paper airplane shape,...
    Source: Materials Today
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