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  • Research team uses artificial muscles to develop an air conditioner for the future

    It can be used to cool or heat the air in a room or to cool or heat liquids. And it looks like something that Q – the tech specialist and gadgeteer in the James Bond films – might have come up with. The prototype device, which has been developed by a research team led by Professors Stefan Seelecke a more

  • Intense tests reveal elusive, complex form of common element

    An unusually complex form of one of the most abundant chemical elements on Earth has been revealed in the lab for the first time. Researchers created a crystallised version of nitrogen - which at normal conditions is the main constituent of air - by subjecting it to extreme pressures and temperature more

  • Producing defectless metal crystals of unprecedented size

    A research group at the Center for Multidimensional Carbon Materials, within the Institute for Basic Science (IBS), have published a new method to convert inexpensive polycrystalline metal foils to single crystals with superior properties. It is expected that these materials will find many uses in s more

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Dielectric heating

Dielectric heating Dielectric heating (also known as electronic heating, RF heating, high-frequency heating) is the phenomenon in which radio wave or microwave electromagnetic radiation heats a dielectric material, especially as caused by dipo ... more

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