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2:01:57A new technology that can turn a metal into a plastic and a catalyst into a catalyst is coming to market in China.
It could revolutionize the way we manufacture plastic products.
For the past decade, a new technology called metal oxide semiconductor photolithography (MOSPS) has revolutionized the production of plastic.
In a nutshell, a metal oxide photocatalytic device converts light into a semiconductor that can be used to make plastic.
It has been used in some high-tech materials, such as titanium dioxide, and also in ceramics and glass.
It’s also used in catalysts, such a silicon catalyst.
In the past, there have been no alternatives to MOSPS, which requires metal oxide for a catalyst.
But now a new technique called electroplating could make it possible to convert the metal oxide into a more flexible and plastic material, the Chinese government has announced.
The Chinese government announced the news at a conference in Shanghai on Wednesday.
It was the first time the government has publicly announced the availability of the new technology.
The news comes just days after China unveiled a new batch of high-end solar panels, dubbed “Super Thin” by the government, that are made of MOS PS-compliant metals.
But the announcement of the technology is more than just a technological leap.
The government said the breakthrough was “comparable to the development of the metal catalyst in the past.”
It said it could allow the manufacturing of MISOPS-complied plastics in a cost-effective manner, and that the materials could be used in materials for smartphones and consumer electronics.
The announcement comes on the heels of China announcing it will introduce the world’s first commercially available graphene-based solar panels.
It is not the first graphene-related breakthrough to hit China.
In 2014, China announced a breakthrough in graphene-sulfur solar cells that could provide power to the entire country.
But for the first-time, China is using MOS.
The breakthrough is based on the discovery that graphene is a very flexible and non-covalent material that is extremely stable, which makes it a good material for the manufacture of semiconductors, said Yang Huiyan, director of the Institute of Materials Science at the Nanjing University of Science and Technology.
Graphene is made of a carbon atom and a carbon group, which is surrounded by oxygen atoms.
It forms a sheet of carbon atoms called a carbon nanotube.
It can be very hard to damage, but it has excellent electrical conductivity and is highly conductive.
It also is a good conductor of electricity.
The new breakthrough comes with a price tag of around 1,500 yuan ($3,600).
In other words, it’s not cheap, but the government hopes it will transform the economy in the country.