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ALREADY FAMILIAR WITH SPRINGERMATERIALS? HERE’S SOME EXCITING NEWS…
We’ve recently made a number of major upgrades to the platform. These include:
1. An incredible increase in content
We continue to digitize a huge number of Landolt-Börnstein volumes, including:
- 8 semiconductor volumes – containing 180 unique substances, 547 properties and over 1 million data points
- 20 physical chemistry volumes – covering properties like density, dielectric constant, surface tension, viscosity and diffusion
- 3 polymer solutions volumes – yielding 19,500+ unique substances and 300,000+ data points
- And 7 more highly-anticipated volumes. Find out more...
Plus, we’ve added a SpringerMaterials Fundamentals volume on Engineered Cementitious Composites.
And the inorganic materials section has also been significantly expanded and now includes:
- A whopping 11,800+ crystal structures
- 11,000 data values for numerous physical and chemical properties
- Over 1,000 new phase diagrams for binary and ternary alloys
2. Significant improvements to functionality
- SpringerMaterials Interactive now has a more user-friendly landing page and graphs. Which should ensure you get the information you need in minimal clicks.
- It’s now easy for you to provide feedback about SpringerMaterials - just look for the 'Give feedback' button at the top of any page. View an example...
- All new data is now tagged as 'Recently added' - making it simple for you to identify the latest information. View an example...