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RCEP: Asia-Pacific countries form world’s largest trading bloc

Fifteen countries have formed the world’s largest trading bloc,covering nearly a third of the global economy. The Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership (RCEP) is made up of 10 Southeast Asian countries,as well as South Korea,China,Japan,Australia and New Zealand. The pact is seen as an extension of China’s influence in the region. The deal excludes the US,which …

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THE PROCESS OF STEEL TUBE SUPPLYING AND MANUFACTURING

The Process of Steel Tube Supplying and Manufacturing Los Angeles Steel Tube Supplier Steel tubes and pipes are widely used today for different purposes in different industries. Due to its resistance to both high temperatures and corrosion, steel tubing is widely used in applications where longevity and resilience are critical. From the construction industry where …

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How to Choose Your Best Home Gym Equipment

A home gym is a compact unit of equipment designed to allow you to perform many exercises at the one station. These are also called multi-gyms or multis. These workstations are designed to fit into a spare room, basement or garage so that you can do weight training at home. Exercising at home as many …

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Machining Materials – Essential Guide

Machining Materials At times it can be difficult to decide which type of machining materials you need to use for your product. Does it need to be malleable? Must it possess properties that are resistant to corrosion? These are the types of questions that should be asked in the beginning stages of production for your …

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A new library of atomically thin 2D materials

This schematic diagram depicts the step-by-step of how a typical Ta7S12 ic-2D material is formed  NUS researchers have created a whole new library of atomically thin, two-dimensional (2D) materials using a novel and powerful approach of engineering the composition of transition metal dichalcogenides. Materials that are atomically thin offer a platform to explore a wide …

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New current collector makes batteries lighter, safer and more efficient

In an entirely new approach to making lithium-ion batteries lighter, safer and more efficient, scientists at Stanford University and the US Department of Energy’s SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory have reengineered one of the heaviest battery components – sheets of copper or aluminum foil known as current collectors – so they weigh 80% less and immediately …

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Simple metal films give fuel cells a boost

Direct methanol fuel cells (DMFCs) promise efficient energy generation with low emissions but the methane oxidation reaction (MOR) on which they rely is slow. While platinum is an effective catalyst widely used in fuel cells, it can be deactivated – or poisoned – by intermediate chemical species produced during the reaction. Alternatives based on gold …

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High-intensity ultrasound helps strengthen 3D printed alloys

Researchers from RMIT University and the University of Queensland in Australia have demonstrated how high-frequency sound waves can have a major impact on the inner micro-structure of 3D printed alloys. In using sound vibrations to shake metal alloy grains into a tighter formation while being printed in 3D, they achieved more consistent and stronger alloys …

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High-capacity tape for the era of big data

A new magnetic material and recording process can vastly increase data capacity Although out of sight to the majority of end users, data centers work behind the scenes to run the internet, businesses, research institutions and more. These data centers depend on high-capacity digital storage, the demand for which continues to accelerate. Researchers created a …

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New solid electrolyte material could improve safety and performance of lithium-ion batteries

Stanford University scientists have identified a new class of solid materials that could replace flammable liquid electrolytes in lithium-ion batteries. The low-cost materials – made of lithium, boron and sulfur – could improve the safety and performance of electric cars, laptops and other battery-powered devices, according to the scientists. Their findings are published in a study in …