Heat-proof chaotic carbides could revolutionize aerospace technology

Scientists have engineered a new class of materials capable of producing tunable electromagnetic properties while withstanding incredibly high temperatures. The new materials are hard enough to stir molten steel and can withstand temperatures above 7,000 degrees Fahrenheit — about the same temperatures found just a few hundred miles above the surface of the sun. The carbides could achieve improved communications and thermal regulation in technologies including satellites and hypersonic aircraft.Read More

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