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Paints & Coatings, Nanotechnology

- Jan 30, 2020

Coating Helps Electronics Stay Cool By Sweating

Pollyanna Sidell - Associated Environmental Systems

coating-helps-keep-cool-1Researchers present a MOF coating for electronics that releases water vapor to dissipate heat from running devices - a new thermal management method that could prevent electronics from overheating and keep them cooler compared to existing strategies.

One issue that comes along with the advancement of technology, is the problems that occur while over heating.  Associated Environmental Systems engineers and manufactures environmental test chambers for the reliability and dependability testing for technologies like these.

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