Lead Free Solder Alloys: Part One

From and environmental and compliance stand point there is a rapid drive in the electronics industry to move towards lead-free soldering.

Graphene Materials Applications

Graphene is a single layer of graphite which is commonly known as an allotrope of carbon, and was first isolated in 2004 using simple, household scotch tape.

Explosive Welding of Non-Ferrous Alloys: Part Two

Explosive welding was first exploited commercially during the 1960’s and is a form of impact welding which can specifically useful to join dissimilar materials with large surface areas.

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