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Silicon nitride (Si3N4) is a naturally formed material created during the development of the earth due to the ammonia-rich atmosphere, silicon-rich crust and high temperatures.Silicon nitride was first developed synthetically in 1859 by Deville and Wöhler, resulting in a patent filed in Germany.
The National Science Foundation (NSF) recently announced an award to the University of California-Los Angeles (UCLA) and its partners to establish a new NSF Engineering Research Center (ERC) focused on nanoscale multiferroic devices that offer unprecedented capabilities to electromagnetic components.
An advanced ceramic materials manufacturer acts as a corporate model for the VOW Act of 2011.
The rapid development of technical ceramics and ceramic-based composites is pushing manufacturers to seek new and improved methods of production.
A new imaging process can identify extremely small surface or sub-surface cracks in silicon nitride bearing balls.
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