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SSPA “Scientific-Practical Materials Research Centre of NAS of Belarus”

Belarus
Number of employees: 100+
Annual Turnover: 5000000 USD
Center include: development of new materials of the ceramic (piezoelectric ceramics, microwave ceramics), the development of new magnetic materials (soft and hard magnetic materials on the basis of nanostructures), the devel-opment of new superhard materials (materials based on synthetic diamond, cubic boron nitride and composition on the basis of superhard and refractory materials), development in the area of medicine, biology, and other fields relat-ed to human activity (in medicine - the device is pulsed high-intensity induction therapy, the production of cryogenic liquids; biology - bactericides based on nanosized metal) , development of materials based on graphite and grafen components (capacitors based on of the expanded graphite, heat-resistant paint, conductive varnish).




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Application: structural elements, energy storage, lubricants, sorbents, sensors, etc. There are no foreign analogues.
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Characteristics of the developed supercapacitor modules: electric capacity - 100 F, voltage - 14 V, resistance is 100 mΩ.
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Knoop hardness - 40 GPa; Crack resistance - 10.5 MPa·m1/2; Young's modulus - 740 GPa; Resistance period for steel (HRC 52-54) - 80 min.
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New magnetic material can replace laminated electromagnetic steel for high-frequency applications
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Ceramics for microwave devices has low dielectric losses, high density and high thermal stability. The dielectric constant in the range from 6 to 100. New materials can be created for specific, indivi...
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Provide electromagnetic compatibility and shielding of various blocks of space equipment
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Production of emerald single crystals with morphological features, physical properties and color characteristics that are as close as possible to natural gemstones
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The use of integrated groundwater treatment plants is especially important for small settlements (1500-2000 people), including those remote from megacities.