Adhesive is intended for joining products from metal and other materials at normal room temperature. When it was created, nanotechnology was used. MesoGlue consists of microscopic nanorods with a metal core. Some of them are covered with indium, and some with gallium.
An indium nano-layer is applied to one of the surfaces to be glued together, and to the other – gallium. Rods, like the hairs of two connected brushes, enter the free space and come into contact with each other.
In this case, a liquid is formed, with which the indium and gallium rods react. As a result, after a while a strong monolith is formed, providing a connection that is in no way inferior to welding or soldering.