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August 3rd, 2009

Iranian Nano-Scientists Reduce Temperature in Spinel Synthesis

Abstract:
Findings of a new study performed by Iranian scientists revealed that the temperature of the production process of alumina-magnesia spinels can be reduced using nanomaterials, leading to lower costs.

According to the Iranian nanotechnology initiative council, researchers at Nasuz Research Group of IUST, Iran, managed to reduce synthesis temperature of this ceramic compound by using nano boehmite.

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