Lithic technology includes a broad array of techniques and styles in archaeology, which are used to produce usable tools from various types of stone.The earliest stone tools were recovered from modern Ethiopia and were dated to between two-million and three-million years old.
Figure 1. Overview of different research areas where ZnO nano- and microtetrapods could play a very important role. They can be efficiently utilized in a lot of innovative applications as well as toward growth of new and hybrid multifunctional 3D micro- and nanostructured materials (many more applications are yet to be realized in future).
Processing construction and demolition debris (C&DD) materials conserves landfill space, reduces the environmental impact of producing new materials, creates jobs, and can reduce overall building project expenses through avoided purchase/disposal costs.
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The cave has a floor area of about 100 square metres, covered with a 1- to 2-metre deep carpet of bone debris, tools and fireplaces. Some 250 000 animal bones and 37 000 stone flakes have beenfo9und in less than 1 cubic metre of deposit, giving an average density of 70 000 artefacts and 68 kilograms of bone per cubic metre.
Saint-Gobain and CertainTeed North American Headquarters. Case Study – 05-07-2018. The headquarters features innovative building materials from the Saint-Gobain family of companies, including glazing, roofing, insulation, gypsum wallboard, and acoustical ceilings and wall panels, and serves as a living laboratory so employees can evaluate ...
"Aggregate" is a collective term for the mineral materials such as sand, gravel and crushed stone that are used with a binding medium (such as water, bitumen, portland cement, lime, etc.) to form compound materials (such as asphalt concrete and portland cement concrete).