Hybridize Materials to Maximize Profit and Performance Article
The potential applications of these materials are vast, ranging from solid-state batteries, laser fusion systems, and fluorescent-phosphorescent devices to glass-to-metal seals for high-expansion metal applications and even biodegradable materials. Their low weight, ease of processing, and ability to modify the interface between components during production make them energy-efficient and cost-effective solutions.
Researchers are actively studying these hybrids’ phase behavior to better understand their properties. Their lightweight nature, ease of processing, and ability to modify interfaces during production make them energy-efficient and cost-effective solutions for next-gen applications.
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