Carbodeon's diamond nanoparticle-infused polymer holds promise

Carbodeon recently announced a thermally conductive polymer with improved performance by using tiny particles of diamond as the thermal filler. It started with a polyamide 66 (PA66) reference material containing 45% by weight boron nitride as the thermal filler. It then created a new material usi...

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