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Mechanical properties news, August 2023

A new technique uses a combination of viscosity and electrochemical impedance measurements to determine the dispersibility of electrode slurries.

Researchers used kirigami, the Japanese art of folding and cutting paper, to develop ultrastrong, lightweight materials.

industrial thermoplastic composite waste can be recycled into filaments for additive manufacturing

Scrambling electron spins in a layered antiferromagnet with a light pulse leads to an ultrafast mechanical response across the entire sample.

Researchers have produced a novel, highly scalable supercapacitor for storing renewable energy by combining cement, carbon black and water.

Researchers have found a way to incorporate brittle n-type semiconductors into flexible electronic systems, by sandwiching them between rubbery elastomers.

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