High-Tech Materials Alert. Cadmium-Free Quantum Dot Technology for Digital Screens; Admixture Range for Low Viscosity Concrete; Separation of Rare Earth Elements Made Cost-Effective

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This issue profiles a cadmium-free quantum dot technology for digital screens, an admixture range for low viscosity concrete, and a cost-effective separation method for rare earth elements.

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High-Tech Materials Alert. Cadmium-Free Quantum Dot Technology for Digital Screens; Admixture Range for Low Viscosity Concrete; Separation of Rare Earth Elements Made Cost-EffectiveIn Ths Issue1. CADMIUM-FREE QUANTUM DOT TECHNOLOGY FOR DIGITAL SCREENS2. ADMIXTURE RANGE FOR LOW VISCOSITY CONCRETE3. SEPARATION OF RARE EARTH ELEMENTS MADE COST-EFFECTIVE4. KEY PATENTS--AEROGELS5. TECHVISION 2015




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