Know more about the Ultrafast Joule Heating Technology
Ultrafast joule heating (UJH), sometimes known as flash joule heating or shockwave heating, is a relatively new way to heat materials to extremely high temperatures in milliseconds. It works by passing a current through a resistive material, which rapidly converts the electricity to heat—thousands of Kelvins in less than a second1. This opens many exciting possibilities, because it allows materials to be heated much faster and to higher temperatures than traditional methods.
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Ultrafast Joule Heating Technology and 2D Materials