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2002-07-29 Gore introduces latest electrode assemblies
The Battery and Capacitor Technologies Group of W. L. Gore & Associates Inc. has introduced its next-generation electrode assemblies and separators for electrochemical double-layer capacitors.
2002-03-12 pH and conductivity flow through assemblies
This application note illustrates the ph and conductivity flow through device assemblies in working systems
2002-08-05 Hydrogenics, Dow Corning codevelops sealing technology
Hydrogenics Corp. and Dow Corning have developed a manufacturing process for sealing PEM fuel cell stacks, electrolyzers, and membrane electrode assemblies.
2005-12-22 Hoku Scientific, Sanyo ink fuel cell testing pact
Hoku Scientific, a developer of membrane electrode assemblies and non-fluorinated membranes, has entered into a testing agreement with Sanyo Electric.
2014-07-17 NTC chip thermistors support up to 150°C
The devices from Ametherm aim to deliver highly repeatable performance for temperature monitoring and compensation in hybrid circuits for ICs in robotic assemblies and military telecom systems
2007-01-22 Sanyo, Hoku ink polysilicon deal
Hoku Materials, a division of Hoku Scientific Inc., has signed a polysilicon supply agreement with Japanese solar cell maker Sanyo Electric Co. Ltd.
2002-08-13 Fuel cells march toward the mainstream
After years of upping the technological ante, suppliers of micro fuel cells may finally be preparing to make a bid for the $10 billion-a-year rechargeable-battery market.
2008-04-17 Fuel cell cogeneration system eyes ordinary homes
When installed in an ordinary household, Panasonic's fuel cell cogeneration system can reduce primary energy consumption by 22 percent and can cut CO2 emissions by 12 percent based on the basic unit for all power sources.
2007-07-10 Taiwan firm behind iPhone's touchscreen
A closer look reveals that Balda's Taiwan-based partner, TPK Holding, is behind the touchscreen module Balda supplied to Apple for use in the iPhone.
2004-02-04 South Korea to retain lead in flat panel industry
South Korea is expected to lead the global production of TFT-LCD panels in the next few years.
2014-07-04 IBM rushes to perfect 1.4nm transistor channels
Moore's Law is not yet dead and the tech giant is racing to come up with 1.4nm transistor channels with an approach that uses multiple carbon nanotubes, which it has until 2020 to perfect.
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