Lighting up the study of low-density materials

Monday, July 17, 2017 - 15:02 in Physics & Chemistry

Low-density materials, from laminate layers in airplane wings to foams and epoxies that cushion parts, have been the focus of new study. In studying these materials, scientists borrowed and refined a technique being studied by the medical field, X-ray phase contrast imaging, to look inside the softer side of things without taking them apart.

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