Archive: 01/28/2005

Miniature Gas Tank

Porous networks of organic Van der Waals crystals can selectively store methane and carbon dioxide Washing powders are generally known to consist partially of inorganic zeolites. These aluminosilicates form porous structure ...

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New view of secret space blobs

Most objects in space have been catalogued, numbered and named, but one type of mysterious object has yet to be classified — and they are known simply as ‘blobs’. Blobs are enormous clouds of intensely glo ...

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Chartered Begins Customer Prototyping in 300mm Fab

Fab 7 On Track for 0.13-micron, 90nm Foundry, and 90nm SOI Production in 2005 Chartered Semiconductor Manufacturing, one of the world’s top dedicated semiconductor foundries, has begun prototyping customer products at ...

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Danish researchers design virtual nano-catalyst

Research offers new opportunities in the fields of renewable energy, pollution control and in the chemical industry. On January 28th 2005 Science features a paper by researchers from the Technical University of Denmark (D ...

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Superfluid helium-4 whistles just the right tune

University of California, Berkeley, physicists can now tune in to and hear normally inaudible quantum vibrations, called quantum whistles, enabling them to build very sensitive detectors of rotation or very precise gyroscopes. A qua ...

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