4 edition of Changing materials found in the catalog.
|Statement||by David Glover.|
|Series||Experiments in science|
|LC Classifications||QC173.36 .G56 2001|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||00055529|
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We can use chemical reactions and heat to change materials and their properties to meet our needs. Some changes are PERMANENT, others are REVERSIBLE. A good glue is a substance that starts as a liquid, but transforms into a solid when exposed to air.
As a liquid, the glue can flow into every nook. Phase Change Materials: Science and Applications provides a comprehensive overview of the properties that characterize phase change materials from theoretical and experimental perspectives, with a focus on emerging technological applications.
An informative introductory chapter provides the history of phase change memories, including the discovery, early. Materials are the matter or substance that objects are made from. We use a wide range of different materials daily; these might include: synthetic fibres.
composites (made from two or more materials combined together) Different materials have different features, or properties, which make them suitable for different uses.
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A phase change material (PCM) is a substance which releases/absorbs sufficient energy at phase transition to provide useful heat/cooling. Generally the transition will be from one of the first two fundamental states of matter - solid and liquid - to the other.
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Phase change materials (PCM) are substances that absorb and release thermal energy during the process of melting and freezing. PCMs in the form of microcapsules can be incorporated within fibers or foams, or may be coated onto fabrics. PCM fabrics adapt to the wearer in order to try to maintain optimum body temperature by keeping wearers cool such as Outlast ® fabric or to.
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Changing materials is also transforming substances. Think about water - when it is really cold it changes into ice, or when it is heated it changes into steam.
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