Amorphous is a term used to describe objects or materials that lack an organized, ordered structure or shape. They are usually made up of randomly arranged particles or molecules which are not held together by strong bonds, and are usually solid or semi-solid. Examples of amorphous materials include glass, rubber, and plastics.
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Ness Ziona, IL
Food and Beverage
...ur solutions comprise the proprietary amorphous process technology; ExMet AM², metal powder supply as well as application development services. Exmet Amorphous Technology AB is located in Stockholm, Sweden.
AMORPHOUS METAL FAST FLEXIBLE SIMPLE The Next Generation of Thin Film Electronics Amorphyx drives Moore’s Law advances in thin film electronic devices for the future of displays and the new generation of fl...
Amorphous Materials, Inc.
...ntact form. Amorphous Materials Inc.: Committed to quality Amorphous Materials,Inc.(AMI) has developed the technology and built the facility capable of compounding and casting 10,000 lbs. of glass per year.
China Power Equipment
The company currently manufactures 59 different products, primarily amorphous alloy cores and amorphous alloy core transformers. The company’s operations, which began in 2004, are located in Xi'an, China.
Nakayama Amorphous is a manufacturer of amorphous alloy-based products intended to create materials that support social infrastructure.
Amorphous fluoropolymers have a remarkable combination of valuable properties. Why aren't they used more widely? lack of customization. cost. no longer. Our proprietary methods allow us to vary the types and propo...
Amorphology advances patented, amorphous metals and bulk metallic glass technology, for robotic and industrial applications.