GM using nanoscale chromium nitride to improve accessory electronics performance

The most intriguing application highlighted at the Consumers Union conference came from GM researcher Yang-Tse Cheng, who described the company’s work on using a nanoscale chromium nitride coating to improve the performance of the shape memory alloy nitinol, which can return to its original shape wh...

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