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Chemistry in clouds
Certain molecules with fluorine, chlorine or bromine, together with water, can release harmful substances into the atmosphere. The production of chlorofluorocarbons, which damage the ozone layer, has been banned as far as possible. However, other substances can also tear holes in the ozone layer ...
New Teaching and Research Center for Separation
Agilent Technologies Inc. and the University of Duisburg-Essen has formed a collaboration agreement that brings together Agilent's leading analytical technologies with the University's outstanding researchers. As part of the collaboration, Agilent will support the university with a broad range of ...
A team of Israeli and German researchers from Technion in Haifa and the universities of Kaiserslautern, Duisburg-Essen and Stuttgart have been able to reveal for the first time the dynamics of the orbital angular momentum of plasmons. The researchers used a combination of extremely high-quality ...
Trailblazing development leads to a new generation of lithium-ion batteries
The team comprising Dr. Andreas Gutsch, Dr. Gerhard Hörpel,both from Evonik Industries, and Prof. Dr. Paul Roth from the University of Duisburg-Essen has been nominated for the 2007 German Future Prize, the Federal President´s Award for Technology and Innovation. With its trailblazing development ...
Two different crystalline forms of aspirin in intergrown domains
When you get a headache, you probably reach for aspirin. What is giving researchers a headache is the question of the crystal structure of aspirin. Is there another form on top of the long-known one? A team of scientists from Denmark, Germany, and India seems to have solved this controversial ...