allotrope


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a structurally different form of an element

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Now, ALLOTROPE Power Systems has been able to use a new design and production method that can translate the energy storing properties of traditional battery materials into a device capable of high discharge power.
4 March 2014 - US Allotrope Foundation, a consortium of pharma and biotech groups, said yesterday it had implemented its first Proof of Concept (PoC) application using its novel lab information Framework, thus achieving the first major milestone in the latter's development.
Initiatives, such as the Allotrope Foundation, are working hard to address these badly needed common standards.
It all sounds pretty neat but graphene is not the first "new" form of carbon to be touted as revolutionary; it is the third allotrope of carbon to have emerged over the past 30 years.
Graphene is an ultra-thin layer of graphite, an allotrope of pure carbon and the stuff of which pencil leads are made.
An allotrope of carbon, and closely related to graphite, carbon nanotubes feature simple carbon-carbon bonds of varying length, and as a consequence have a remarkably high modulus of tensile strength.
And yet the Tarzan way is not the trope of a solution, but an allotrope of the problem.
Here, 1 want to suggest how applicable this ontological metaphor of the centered circle is, especially if its indissolubly affiliated allotrope, the disciplinary (improving) spatializing eye, is taken into account, to the structure--and structuration--of the (continuum of) being of Mansfield Park
These single-substance carbon materials have broadened the carbon allotrope family.
10-12) These structures, or nanotubes of graphene (an allotrope of carbon), resemble a roll of chicken wire, except instead of being made of metal, nanotubes are composed of carbon atoms in a hexagonal lattice formation (Figure 3).
White phosphorus (WP) is a material made from a common allotrope of the chemical element phosphorus that is used in smoke, tracer, illumination and incendiary munitions.
Viewers watched him solve his final countdown conundrum Allotrope in yesterday's final.
Fullerenes, a carbon allotrope, also called as "bucky balls" were discovered in 1985 (21).