High-Tech Materials Alert. Novel Anodization Technique to Restrict Barrier Layer Formation; Recyclable Transistor to Make Way for Greener Electronic Devices; Novel Project Analyzes Graphene and Related Materials for Adoption in Energy Applications

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This issue profiles a novel anodization technique to restrict barrier layer formation, a recyclable transistor to make way for greener electronic devices, and a novel project that analyzes graphene and related materials for adoption in energy applications.

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High-Tech Materials Alert. Novel Anodization Technique to Restrict Barrier Layer Formation; Recyclable Transistor to Make Way for Greener Electronic Devices; Novel Project Analyzes Graphene and Related Materials for Adoption in Energy ApplicationsIn This Issue1. NOVEL ANODIZATION TECHNIQUE TO RESTRICT BARRIER LAYER FORMATION2. RECYCLABLE TRANSISTOR TO MAKE WAY FOR GREENER ELECTRONIC DEVICES3. NOVEL PROJECT ANALYZES GRAPHENE AND RELATED MATERIALS FOR ADOPTION IN ENERGY APPLICATIONS4. KEY PATENTS--PHASE CHANGING MATERIALS5. TECHVISION 2015




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