The Universal Selection Source: Plastics & Elastomers
A SpecialChem Client is seeking to remove solid fat such as triglycerides from fabric substrates such as cotton and polyester at temperatures below 25°C in a liquid environment.
Proprietary active packaging technology was developed for extending the shelf life of postharvest horticultural products. The technology can be incorporated into conventional packa...
A SpecialChem Client requires a technology that delivers an instant optical blurring effects on the skin, i.e. immediately reduces the appearance of fine lines, pores and blemishes...
A SpecialChem Client is seeking a thin film polymer barrier to spray coat into metal beverage and food cans at high speed. This polymer barrier must be resistant to mechanical bend...
This technology allows selective separation of metals from solid or liquid mixtures. Given the nature of this technology, it can be tailored to separate specific elements. Industri...
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Sep 17, 2014 |
By Mark DeMeuse
Thermal management has always been a major concern in the design of high frequency, high power electronic devices. For example, historically, in many power amplifier designs, the vast majority of the power that needs to be dissipated is from the high power field effect transistors, or FET's, themselves. In these cases, the high power dissipation ...
Apr 22, 2014 |
Thermoelectricity is the direct conversion of
temperature gradient to electric voltage, and vice-versa.
There are several potential applications of
thermoelectricity, ranging from clean noiseless cooling, to
waste-power harvesting in automotives. The performance
of thermoelectric devices is still a challenge, and many
approaches have been res...
Apr 1, 2014 |
Energy Density and Corona Resistance (or Voltage Endurance) are two critical properties that are commonly used to characterize the performance of materials targeted for insulation and capacitor applications. A common problem in such dielectric designs involves the maximization of both energy density and voltage endurance. One of the strategies that...
Feb 27, 2014 |
This patent applications claims a halogen free flame-retardant polymer composition includes flame retardancy and excellent oil resistance/fuel resistance, low-temperature characteristics, and injury resistance, and an insulated electric wire. The halogen-free flame-retardant polymer composition includes a base polymer including 60 to 70% by mass of...
Feb 14, 2014 |
Block copolymers, block copolymer and inorganic nanoparticle composite materials and devices including such composite materials. The block copolymers have polar functional groups that can facilitate the dispersion of inorganic nanoparticles in composite materials. The nanoparticles are especially useful in optical/microelectronic sensors, transisto...
Jul 8, 2014 |
By Thibaud Deleger
From the elastomeric materials, side significant changes occurred in these past years, with many more options offered to product designers and engineers. Vulcanized rubbers were the first to be developed, and therefore have a long history in multiple uses. Flexible PVC entered the game, and thanks to their cost competitive pricing and almost infini...
Apr 10, 2014 |
Disperse Multiwall carbon nanotubes (MWCNTs) are incorporated aqueous N-hydroxy methyl acrylamide, which is subjected to crosslinking to develop a transparent conductive composite free standing film. The effects of the concentration of MWCNTs and temperature on optical and electrical properties of nano-composites are investigated. Interestingly, on...
Mar 3, 2014 |
Thet invention relate to a lighting device, and in particular to a lighting device structure which makes it possible to make the whole thickness thinner as such to obtain a high illuminating efficiency in such a way to remove a light guide plate and makes it possible to obtain an effect that the shape and a 3D effect of light change by forming a pr...
Feb 24, 2014 |
In this work, maleic anhydride grafted styrene–ethylene–butadiene–styrene copolymer (SEBS-g-MA) and carbon nanotubes (CNTs) were introduced into the immiscible polypropylene/polystyrene (PP/PS) blend. Among the three polymer components, SEBS-g-MA has the strongest affinity to CNTs; thus, it exhibits dual effects to adjust the phase morphology of th...
Feb 11, 2014 |
A common problem that arises when viewing an object through an intervening transparent medium is glare. Glare may be defined as the substantially specular reflection of ambient light on the viewer side of the transparent medium from one or more surfaces of the transparent medium. Thus, glare light travels an optical path that extends from the sourc...
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