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aer·o·gel

 (âr′ə-jĕl′)
n.
A highly porous solid formed from a gel, such as silica gel, in which the liquid is replaced with a gas.

aerogel

(ˈɛərəˌdʒɛl)
n
(Elements & Compounds) a colloid that has a continuous solid phase containing dispersed gas
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Aspen Aerogels announced that the United States International Trade Commission, or ITC, has issued a limited exclusion order prohibiting the importation of infringing aerogel insulation manufactured by Guangdong Alison Hi-Tech Co.
Summary: This paper reported the preparation of silica aerogel (SA) adsorbent coupling with chelating ligands of [1-(3,5-dicholorophenyl)-3(2-ethoxyphenyl)] triazene (DCPEPT) and its application for highly selective adsorption of Hg (II) ion.
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A control NCF aerogel was also soaked in deionized water.
com)-- Aerogel powder is characterized as reusable, safe, environmental-friendly and comprises high insulation performance which makes it suitable for many applications that cause the market to grow.
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The production of organic aerogel particles in sufficient amounts will firstly enable the possibility to build prototypes for the applications in gas and humidity adsorption and food and to perform the corresponding tests.
Aerogel keeps the temperature of the cube cool and allows it to stay buoyant.
As part of the supply agreement, Aspen will commit to the exclusive supply of its Spaceloft A2 product for incorporation within BASF's aerogel enhanced Slentex wall system for the building materials market.
YENy DELHy (CyHAN)- Indian scientists have come up with what they claim is the world's lightest material called silica aerogel or blue air, local media reported Thursday.