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Glass coating makes solar panels more efficient

Breaking Energy
Have you ever treated your windshield with Rain-X or bought eyeglasses with an antireflective coating? A new technology combines the benefits of both in a unique glass coating that can improve tomorrow’s solar panels, lenses, detectors, windows and many other products.
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Energy storage: Poised for growth
Power Engineering
Storing electricity on a large scale has long been pursued by electric utilities in hopes of using the power to cover periods of peak demand. The ability to store large amounts of power would help power producers fill the production gaps created by growing amounts of intermittent generation such as solar and wind power.
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Inside NASA's giant vacuum chamber
Phys.org
Inside NASA's giant thermal vacuum chamber, called Chamber A, at NASA's Johnson Space Center in Houston, the James Webb Space Telescope's Pathfinder backplane test model is being prepared for its cryogenic test. Previously used for manned spaceflight missions, this historic chamber is now filled with engineers and technicians preparing for a crucial test.
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Paper-thin OLED TV that sticks on the wall with magnets
Digital Trends
There are a lot of reasons OLED displays are revered by video experts as the superior display technology over LEDs, and even plasmas. But one of the most intriguing design traits of OLED tech is the ability to create ultra thin, malleable displays. LG Display showed off the scintillating possibilities of the technology last year with a rollable 22-inch OLED display. Now, as reported by Yonhap News, the company has unveiled a detachable 55-inch display that you can literally stick to a wall using nothing more than a magnet.
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TECHNICAL TIPS


Gold And Aluminum Evaporation Tips
Be sure to read ahead for tips on gold and aluminum evaporation. Gold can be successfully evaporated by a variety of methods. Boats, Baskets, crucibles, and filaments are the most common types of sources used. However, gold, when molten, has 2 issues. Aluminum is a very popular material for evaporation. We have many different sources that can be used to successfully evaporate aluminum. However, there are a few common problems that occur when evaporating this material.
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Join R.D. Mathis Company at these upcoming events
June 3, 2015 — Rocky Mountain AVS Show, Colorado School of Mines, Golden, Colorado

Sept 29, 2015 — Southern Ca AVS Show, Holiday Inn, Buena Park, California

October 20-22, 2015 — National AVS Show, San Jose Convention Center, San Jose, California

December 1-3 — Materials Research Society, Hynes Convention Center, Boston, Massachusetts
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