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A new class of nanocrystalline materials was created in Russia
A new class of nanocrystalline materials was created in Russia, the Expert weekly said. It reported on the results of the 4th Russian Innovations Contest. The "best innovation project" comes from academician Andrei Bochvar National Inorganic Materials Research Institute in Moscow. The title is Nanostructural Electrical Wires with Anomalous High Strength and Electrical Conductivity. Researchers have developed a complicated method of making copper-niobium (Cu-Nb) wires strong as steel and featuring an electric conductivity of 50-70% of superpure copper. According to experts, their application in engineering, automobile and aerospace industries is promising. The innovate technology from the Moscow institute makes a reality big magnetic systems calculated for record-high impulse magnetic fields. Such wires went to make the impulse magnets creating a magnetic field of 75-tesla induction at the University of Florida in the United States. In the near plans, is a supergiant of 90-tesla induction on the basis of the Los Alamos National Laboratory. Nanotechnologies have to do with supersmall objects (1 nanometer is one billionth of meter). Manipulations with the tiniest physical substances - atoms and molecules - offer tremendous prospects. Nanotechnologies may radically change medicine, the energy sector, biotechnologies, electronics and other spheres. The Russian Innovations Contest was organized by the Expert weekly, the AFK Sistema corporation and the Russian Science and Education Ministry
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