what is NSK bearing and its feature

what is NSK bearing and its feature

What is NSK bearing NSK, also known as NSK Automation in some markets, is the worlds largest bearing manufacturer and the largest bearing manufacturer in Japan. The company produces industrial machinery bearings, precision machinery and par...
What is lithium nitride?

What is lithium nitride?

Lithium nitride is a metal nitrogen compound with a molecular formula of Li3N. It is a purple or red crystalline solid with a light green luster in reflected light and a ruby color in transmitted light. Long-term exposure to the air will eve...
The concept of chemical raw materials has risen strongly by 31.35%

The concept of chemical raw materials has risen strongly by 31.35%

The concept of chemical raw materials has risen strongly by 31.35% On June 1, the concept of chemical raw materials rose by 2.14%, ranking 9th among the 304 conceptual gains in the Shanghai and Shenzhen stock markets. Among its 46 concept s...
What is EV Charger Module?

What is EV Charger Module?

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History and properties of ceramic materials

History and properties of ceramic materials

History and properties of ceramic materials...
What you should know about Lace Front Wigs

What you should know about Lace Front Wigs

Lace Front Wigs are special wigs made from transparent Lace. The front lace wig gives the appearance of a natural hairline with transparent lace material along the forehead. ...
Is stearic acid harmful to the body?

Is stearic acid harmful to the body?

Stearic acid, namely octadecanoic acid, has a simple structural formula: CH3(CH2)16COOH, which is produced by the crystallization of fats and oils and is mainly used for the production of stearates. Each gram is dissolved in 21ml ethanol, 5m...
How much do you know about alumina?

How much do you know about alumina?

Alumina is an inorganic substance with a chemical formula of Al2O3. It is a high-hardness compound with a melting point of 2054°C and a boiling point of 2980°C....
<b>The fundamental chemistry behind electrocatalytic water splitting</b>

The fundamental chemistry behind electrocatalytic water splitting

Oxygen evolution reaction. Transitioning to a sustainable energy economy requires electrocatalytic methods to convert electrical energy to chemical energy and feedstocks. A team of researchers from TU Berlin, ETH Zurich, the National Resear...
<b>New process narrows the gap between natural and synthetic materials</b>

New process narrows the gap between natural and synthetic materials

Natural materials like skin, cartilage and tendons are tough enough to support our bodyweight and movements, yet flexible enough that they don't crack easily. Although we take these properties for granted, replicating this unique combinatio...