Materials science is the field of study that focuses on understanding the overall properties, structure, and performance of materials. This rapidly evolving field plays a crucial role within many industries, from aerospace and sustainable energy to healthcare and beyond. Over the past few decades, there have been significant advances in the field of materials science, which has led to the development of many novel materials, which hold remarkable properties and applications. These applications have a profound impact on society – from the clothes we wear to the smartphones we use, which is why it is not surprising that the field of materials science has a direct impact on our daily lives.
Materials characterization is a vital component of materials science, and involves exploring the properties, structure, and composition of different materials. By applying the most appropriate tools to better understand the fundamental properties of a given material, scientists can develop new and improved materials to create innovative technologies and products to improve our quality of life and help answer unsolved questions.
In this special feature, we explore some of the latest breakthroughs and cutting-edge technologies in the field of materials science, and how they are keeping pace with the fast-moving nature of the field. This feature will help you take your research to the next level by exploring battery material characterization, the power of atomic force microscopy (AFM), and how to unravel the structures of polymers.
Unlock the full potential of atomic force microscopy (AFM) with this comprehensive guide, which includes a range of real-life case studies focused on magnetic and 2D materials, along with high energy density batteries. Plus, learn how Bruker can help you overcome common setbacks and achieve accurate and reliable AFM results.
In this video, learn about polymer properties and advanced detection technologies, including light scattering. Plus, discover how refractive index (RI) and light scattering techniques can provide accurate information on the true molecular weight (MW) and radius of gyration (Rg) of polymers with TOSOH BIOSCIENCE.
In this expert guide, learn how to effectively ensure optimal battery performance is achieved using high-quality and well-characterizated materials, including key information based on solid electrode materials, electrode slurries, electrolytes, and state-of-the-art solutions from Anton Paar to take your research to the next level.
Find out what researchers across the globe are saying about the products they use! Qumber Ali Tariq, at University of Veterinary and Animal Sciences Lahore, shared this review of the ZEISS Lightsheet Z.1 Microscope.
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