Materials for Biometric Identification, Lightweighting, Battery Catalyst, Self-healing, and Additive Manufacturing

  • ID: 4427750
  • Report
  • Region: Global
  • 15 Pages
  • Frost & Sullivan
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This issue of High-Tech Materials profiles materials for biometric identification, lightweighting, battery catalyst, self-healing, and additive manufacturing. Innovations profiles include a new perovskite material for the energy industry, a photo-curable self-healing coating system, 3D printing of composites based on polymers and non-woven textiles, and an advanced process for magnesium alloys.

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Recent Developments in Materials

  1. Zinc-oxide Nanowires Empower High-resolution Fingerprints
  2. New Structure of Magnesium Alloy to Boost Lightweighting of Cars
  3. New Perovskite Material to Impact the Energy Industry
  4. Photo-curable Self-healing Coating System
  5. 3D Printing of Composites Based on Polymers and Non-Woven Textiles
  6. Key Contacts
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