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Mechanical properties news, November 2023

Researchers have developed a new polymer composite that can change its behavior depending on temperature to perform specific tasks.

A novel titanium alloy with tantalum and copper can produce surgical implants that kill 87% of the bacteria that cause staph infections.

vacancies can be used to engineer the mechanical toughness and fracture behavior of transition metal dichalcogenides

stretchable polymer-perovskite quantum dot nanocomposite transistor functions as an artificial synapse

A new 3D inkjet printing system can work with a much wider range of materials by using computer vision to monitor the printing process.

A new laser-based technique offers a non-destructive and high-throughput way to dynamically characterize microscale metamaterials.

Researchers have developed a ceramic material for passive radiative cooling than can both reflect visible light and radiate away mid-infrared wavelengths.

A novel method can determine the sequence of a polymer as it is made, by imaging and identifying every single monomer as it is added to the polymer.

By fabricating their newly developed amorphous material as tiny strings, researchers have been able to demonstrate its exceptional strength.

A new 3D-printing method allows structural modifications to be ‘programed’ into metal alloys without the need for traditional heating and beating.

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