Scientists create polymer thermal conductor that can transmit heat in electronics

Nicholas Fearn
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Scientists create polymer thermal conductor that can transmit heat in electronics

MIT engineers design a new polymer that enables more efficient heat transfer through plastic

Scientists in the US have developed a polymer thermal conductor that they claim can dissolve heat instead of insulating it. Plastics are already good insulators because they can trap heat easily and...

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