Material Advances in Flexible Substrate Films, Natural Fiber Fabrics, Rust-free Stirrups, Hydrogen Sulfide Splitting

  • ID: 4380090
  • Report
  • 15 pages
  • Frost & Sullivan
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The issue of High-Tech Materials TOE profiles advances in hydrogen sulfide splitting process using renewable energy and photo anodes. The issue also highlights innovations related to flexible substrate films for electronics, bio-based fiber for developing biocomposites, and graphene-coated stirrups for the building and construction industry.

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Recent Innovations in Material Technologies
  • White-top Coated Flexible Substrate Films for Electronic Applications
  • Flax Fiber for Making Bio-composites
  • Graphene-coated Stirrups for the Building and Construction Industry
  • Splitting Hydrogen sulfide Using Solar Energy
  • SnIV-doped Hematite Photo-anodes for Splitting Hydrogen sulfide
Industry Contacts
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