Materials and Process Innovations for Construction, Energy, Plastic Recycling, Wastewater Treatment, and Biomedical Applications

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This issue of High-Tech Materials profiles innovations in materials for construction, energy, plastic recycling, wastewater treatment, and biomedical applications. The TOE profiles a simple method for synthesis of iridium dinuclear heterogeneous catalyst, a cost-efficient method to produce smart glass, an artificial knee implant based on PEEK, a method to convert waste plastic into photocatalytic nanofoams, and a non-toxic method for recycling of plastic from e-waste.The High-Tech Materials TechVision Opportunity Engine (TOE) provides intelligence on technologies, products, processes, applications, and strategic insights on various materials across industries. Some material technologies include lightweight mate

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Materials and Process Innovations for Construction, Energy, Plastic Recycling, Wastewater Treatment, and Biomedical ApplicationsAdvances in Material and Process InnovationsMethod to Produce Single-atom Catalyst Based on IridiumCost-efficient Method to Produce Smart Glass Knee Implant Developed Using Polyetheretherketone Method for Conversion of Waste Plastic into Photocatalytic Nanofoams Non-toxic Method for Recycling of Plastic from E-wasteKey ContactsKey Contacts




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