Industrial Anti Fatigue Mats Market 2020: Analysis With Key Players, Applications, Future Growth Scenario, Trends and Forecasts To 2026

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aerogel is only twice as dense as air and the lightest solid in the world

neither liquid nor gas, aerogels are a material that lies between these two states. they are the world’s lightest solids, containing 99.8% air, and make for surprisingly great thermal insulators. with the global aerogel market expected to reach $785.4 million by 2022, they are not exactly new. in fact, they have been around for almost a century. for years, the material has been used by NASA in a number of its’ mars missions, yet research proves that aerogels could have a breadth of various applications in other areas of architecture and design that just aren’t being exploited. with that being said, aerogels could still be the material of the future and here is why… as mentioned before, having been around since 1931, aerogels aren’t new. their discovery was the result of a bet between american scientist steven kistler and his colleague charles learned, who wanted to see if it was possible to remove the liquid from gel without affecting its solid structure. gel is a jelly-like soft material, a combination of liquid and solids, which is mostly liquid embedded within a 3D solid structure. this 3D solid structure acts as a skeleton that has extremely tiny, nano-sized pores, giving th...