We have entered a true materials revolution, where a growing demand for faster, cheaper, and higher quality materials is continuing to accelerate like never before. New technological developments and discoveries in the field have shaped the way we use, implement and study materials. Scientific advancements have enabled researchers to break down boundaries by developing more efficient solar panels, batteries, coatings and semiconductors, as well as highly sensitive 2D materials and, in continuing to comply with Moore’s law, faster transistors and smartphones to meet the ever-growing demands of the modern day.
In this new special feature, explore the latest technologies and download free resources to accelerate your materials research. Find out how to measure multi-angle transmission without sample repositing, and learn how XRF spectroscopy can be used to perform elemental composition analysis of cathode materials. Plus, explore how light scattering techniques can overcome challenges with macromolecule analysis, discover how Raman spectroscopy can be utilized in real-time reaction monitoring, and much more.
Manufacturers of multilayer optical coatings require reliable methods to measure optical performance. Discover the Cary 7000 UMS from Agilent, designed to measure multi-angle transmission and absolute reflection without sample repositioning.
LiFePO4 (LFP) is a cathode used by the lithium-ion battery industry. Find out how XRF spectroscopy can be applied to effectively analyze LiFePO4 cathode manufacturing, from the raw material to the final product with Malvern Panalytical.
In this video, discover how to overcome key challenges associated with the analysis of very small and large macromolecules with Tosoh, as they present the latest in light scattering hardware and software, to assist in all applications.
Epoxy refers to epoxy resins, both individual components and cured results. Discover how Raman spectroscopy can elucidate the details of the curing process in real time, and learn how this can be extended to other types of reactive processes, with Ocean Insight.
Nanoscience has become a fast-growing field of study with a tremendous impact on our lives. Watch this webinar series to discover the benefits of AFM, learn how to generate the best possible data, and explore key features to holistically address the state-of-the-art in AFM with Park Systems.
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Take a look at what other researchers and scientists all over the world are saying about the latest equipment and technologies in materials characterization. Here, Alan Aguirre-soto, professor at Monterrey Institute of Technology, shares his opinion of the QE Pro Spectrometer - High-sensitivity Spectrometer by Ocean Insight.