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The university's first successful 3D print of BNNT titanium composites.
Apr 25, 2018

BNNT can be dyed into different colors, or it can be designed as transparent material, both of which cannot be realized by carbon nanotubes.BNNT can also generate current under mechanical stress, have higher electrical insulation and chemical stability, and can shield ultraviolet and neutron radiation."When integrated into composites and systems, BNNT can achieve new material performance in many industrial applications," Chen explained.


In recent years, BNNT's potential commercial interests have really begun to attract attention.Professor chan says only three global groups now claim to be able to produce BNNT on a large scale.But conventional BNNT production is expensive and energy-intensive, not sustainable.

"By contrast, the BNNT technology at deakin university is expected to provide the highest productivity, but also more energy efficient and industry friendly.The technology has been successfully in deakin university laboratory, and for internal and external research produces enough BNNT, these studies include several different products, such as the BN nanotubes film, coating and bucky paper, "said Chen," BN bucky paper can be used to make the aircraft's radiation shielding layer and filter the water pollutant removal, solid and lightweight vehicles and aircraft."

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