Article | New article in the Energy Journal
The article describes the development of a new binary composite phase change material made of Capric acid and Octadecanol for passive temperature control. The composite demonstrated high latent heat of fusion, good thermal stability, and practicability in building energy conservation. Overall, this research represents an exciting advancement in the field of energy-efficient building materials.
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