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- Purpose  

New materials can have many purposes, including:

  • Technology advancements: New materials can lead to better technology, such as stronger building materials, more efficient energy storage, and improved medical implants.
  • Environmental concerns: Developing new materials can help address environmental concerns by creating more sustainable and eco-friendly options. For example, light-absorbing building materials could help counter global warming.
  • Improved performance: Advanced materials aim to improve performance in various areas, including being lighter, stronger, more effective, more conductive, more sustainable, and more affordable than traditional materials.
  • Resource scarcity: The development of new materials can play a crucial role in areas such as resource scarcity and sustainability.
  • Manufacturing: The development of new materials for clean energy, transportation, electronics, and other fields could be the key to revitalizing the American manufacturing industry.
  • New engineering possibilities: Advanced composites offer a high strength-to-weight ratio, improved fuel efficiency, and enhanced durability. Nanotechnology enables the creation of materials with enhanced conductivity, mechanical properties, and self-healing capabilities.
  • Applications: Advanced materials are used in a wide range of applications including aerospace, healthcare, electronics, energy, and transportation. 


- Why Develop New Materials?

Developing new materials is important for several reasons. First, new materials can lead to significant advancements in technology, such as stronger building materials, more efficient energy storage, and improved medical implants. 

A new material is any material that has not been used in the manufacture of another article, or used for any other purpose. This includes by-products of machines at mills using only new raw material. 

Some examples of new materials include:

  • Advanced alloys
  • Advanced polymers
  • Biopolymers
  • Porous materials
  • Carbon fiber composites
  • Superalloys
  • Biomaterials
  • Smart materials
  • Nanomaterials.
  • Titanium Fluoride Phosphate
  • Cellulose Nanofibers
  • Self-Healing Gel
  • Platinum-Gold Alloy
  • Composite Metal Foams
  • Spider Silk
  • Shrilk
  • Carbon Concrete


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