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Performance Materials

Background

Performance materials are materials that are designed to improve the performance of a product or system. They are often used in applications where traditional materials are not able to meet the required performance standards. Performance materials can be made from a variety of different materials, including metals, plastics, ceramics, and composites.

Some of the emerging trends in performance materials include the use of nanomaterials for improved strength and durability, the use of graphene for improved electrical and thermal conductivity, and the use of carbon nanotubes for improved mechanical properties.

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