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Understanding powder flow in materials testing

Tapped density methods are a popular choice for assessing powder flow in materials laboratory testing. Here, Dr Katrina Brockbank discusses what data tapped density measurements actually do and do no…

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Greening the lab: first net zero mass spectrometer launched

As part of an initiative to permanently remove CO₂ emissions associated with the manufacture and supply chain of all new inorganic IRMS products, the world’s first net zero mass spectrometer (MS) has…

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Understanding powder flow in materials testing

Tapped density methods are a popular choice for assessing powder flow in materials laboratory testing. Here, Dr Katrina Brockbank discusses what data tapped density measurements actually do and do no…

Comment And Analysis

Unlimited gas separations materials data and analysis for industry

An international research team has reduced the analysis of materials for gas separation from weeks to hours. The extraction of pure gases for use across the energy, utilities, food and beverage secto…

Interviews

Five things you learn from working in cleanrooms

Want to avoid committing a serious faux pas before you start working in cleanrooms? That would be highly advisable says Lizzy Huitson as she takes us through her top tips… 

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Water droplet

This amazing image – Crack Patterns I, by Thomas Séon – shows a water droplet falling onto a silicon substrate at -36°C...