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Inventory of ten new materials for industrial electrical appliances with potential - Chinese business industry


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"Graphene, carbon nanotubes, aerogels, fullerenes, amorphous alloys, superconducting materials, metamaterials, ionic liquids, 3D printing materials, and metal foam." The New Materials Industry Capital Technology Summit released ten new materials with potential in the future.

Amorphous alloys

Breakthrough: high toughness, excellent magnetic permeability and low magnetic loss, excellent liquid fluidity.

Development trend: in high-frequency low-loss transformers, structural parts of mobile terminal equipment, etc.


Breakthrough: linear and nonlinear optical properties, alkali metal fullerene superconductivity, etc.

Development trend: In the future, there are important prospects in the fields of life sciences, medicine, astrophysics, etc., and are expected to be used in optoelectronic devices such as optical converters, signal conversion and data storage.


Breakthrough: high porosity, low density, light weight, low thermal conductivity, excellent thermal insulation properties.

Development trend: potential new materials, in energy conservation and environmental protection, thermal insulation electronic appliances, construction and other fields have great potential.

Carbon nanotubes

Breakthrough: high conductivity, high thermal conductivity, high modulus of elasticity, high tensile strength, etc.

Development trend: electrical and catalyst carriers of functional devices, sensors, etc.


Breakthrough: Extraordinary electrical conductivity, low resistivity, low electron migration speed, tens of times stronger than steel and good light transmission.

Development trend: The 2010 Nobel Prize in Physics has created a hot spot in technology and capital market graphene in recent years, and will grow explosively in the fields of photoelectric display, semiconductor, touch screen, electronic devices, energy storage battery, display, sensor, semiconductor, aerospace, military industry, composite materials, biomedicine and other fields in the next 5 years.

Superconducting materials

Breakthrough: In the superconducting state, the material has zero resistance, no current loss, and the material exhibits diamagnetism in the magnetic field.

Development trend: In the future, if breakthroughs in high-temperature superconducting technology are made, it is expected to solve problems such as power transmission loss and heating of electronic devices, as well as green transmission magnetic suspension technology.


Breakthrough: It has physical properties that conventional materials do not have, such as negative magnetic permeability, negative permittivity, etc.

Development trend: change the traditional concept of processing according to the nature of the material, and in the future, the characteristics of the material can be designed according to the needs, with unlimited potential and revolution.

Metal foam

Breakthrough: light weight, low density, high porosity, large specific surface area.

Development trend: conductive, can replace the application field of inorganic non-metallic materials that cannot conduct electricity; It has great potential in the field of sound insulation and noise reduction.

3D printing materials

Breakthrough: Change the processing method of traditional industry, can quickly realize the molding of complex structures, etc.

Development trend: Revolutionary molding methods, in the field of complex structure molding and rapid processing molding, there is great prospects.

Ionic liquids

Breakthrough: High thermal stability, wide liquid temperature range, adjustable acidity and alkalinity, properties, coordination ability, etc.

Development trend: It has broad application prospects in the field of green chemical industry, as well as the field of biology and catalysis.