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Russian Scientists Invented Powder that Turns Equipment Invisible
22.03.2018 13:55
Russian Scientists Invented Powder that Turns Equipment Invisible

Experts of the Tomsk Polytechnic University have developed a fast and economical way of making powders to produce materials absorbing microwave radiation. These special powders consist of hollow microspheres of magnetite, a variety of iron oxide. Such materials will be of great use to coat military equipment for making it invisible to radars, as well as to protect high-tech devices from electromagnetic radiation coatings. In addition, micropowders obtained by the scientists can be used in the field of hydrogen energy and medicine, for transporting drugs, as well as for treating poor blood coagulability.


      
"Magnetite microparticles (Fe3O4) have a unique set of magnetic properties, which makes this material promising for use in microwave absorbers," - says Ivan Shanenkov from the Electric Power Engineering and Electrical Engineering Division of the Tomsk Polytechnic University.



Author: Vera Ivanova

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