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With amorphous polymers, the chains are random--meaning they have no specific order or alignment, something like tangled pieces of string.
The company said the amorphous metal molding machine design is based on a die casting platform and is complementary to the injection molding machine developed with Engel.
Founded in May, 2003, LQMT is in the research, development and commercialisation of bulk amorphous metals.
The new electrochromic material, like its high-temperature processed counterpart, has an amorphous structure, meaning the atoms lack any long-range organization as would be found in a crystal.
Construction of the new amorphous alloy powder factory, which is scheduled to go online in January 2018, will begin in November 2016.
Liquidmetal Technologies is a developer of amorphous alloys that utilise the performance advantages offered by amorphous alloy technology.
Writing primarily for students of materials science and related fields who want to acquire a fundamental understanding of the atomic arrangements in amorphous solids, Stachurski also provides an appropriate and consistent methodology and vocabulary for describing the atomic structure of amorphous solids.
The direct evaluation methods of amorphous regions have been also proposed by using X-ray scattering data for the films after deformation by some authors [13-21].
However, most of the commercially available amorphous polyesters, such as polyethylene terephthalate (PET), glycol-modified PET (PETG), and glycol-modified polycyclohexylene dlmethylene terephthalate (PCTG), have relatively low glass transition temperatures, limiting their applications.
University of Calgary researchers have developed a new family of amorphous catalysts based on iron oxide--rust--that turns water into hydrogen fuel.