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Thursday, 29 September 2016

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29 Sep 16
Studying the corrosion kinetics of hardened Portland cement under acid attack

Whereas the chemical reactions occurring during the acid corrosion of cementitious materials are now well known, their reaction rates have still not been measured.

27 Sep 16
Versatile and efficient method to fabricate durable superhydrophobic surfaces

A versatile and highly efficient method was developed to fabricate durable, superhydrophobic surfaces on various substrates, including wood, lignocellulosic fibers, cotton textiles, glass, and metals.

26 Sep 16
“Soft” polymer latexes as binders for pigment printing of cotton fabrics

A group of Chinese researchers synthesised "soft" polymer latexes by Pickering emulsion polymerisation.

22 Sep 16
Novel anti-reflective coatings using nanocomposites and self-assembly of nanoparticles

Researchers describe novel optical coatings which require either thermal or photocuring to render them mechanically robust and abrasion resistant.

21 Sep 16
Probabilistic analysis of fatigue life for asphalt mixtures

Fatigue cracking is one of the most serious distress modes affecting the serviceability of asphalt pavement structures.

19 Sep 16
Early-age elastic properties of cement-based materials

The moisture content is of particular relevance in cement-based materials, as it has a strong impact on their fundamental material properties.

16 Sep 16
Increasing the robustness of medical instruments

Queen’s University researchers have developed a new technique that makes high-precision carbon-based coatings a reality for many laboratories around the world.

14 Sep 16
New coating to revolutionise water proofing

Scientists have developed a new protective coating that could eventually be used to waterproof mobile phones, prevent ice from forming on aeroplanes or protect boat hulls from corroding.

13 Sep 16
Using nanotechnology to produce conductive ink

Iranian researchers at Amirkabir University of Technology used copper nanoparticles to produce a kind of conductive ink that has application in printed circuit boards.

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