Chris Benmore

May. 31, 2013

With Chemical Tweaks, Cement Becomes a Semiconductor

Researchers explain how a cement can take on some of the properties of a metal.

chemistry, physics, cement, semiconductor, metal, materials science, transparent aluminum

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