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Following the tragic effects of the Tsunami in 2011, there is an imperative to find energy sources to replace nuclear power. Many technologies are actively under investigation, but a neglected aspect is the sustainability of the material requirements. A highly efficient process based on ...
Wave properties of individual heavy molecules can also be observed experimentally
Quantum theory describes the world of atoms very precisely. Still, it defies our macroscopic conception of everyday's world due to its many anti-intuitive predictions. The wave-particle dualism probably is the best known example and means that matter may spread and interfere like waves. Now, ...
When waves meet, a new single wave is created. This phenomenon is well understood for mechanical waves such as sound, and electro-magnetic waves such as light, and the "interference" of light waves is applied in astronomy, fiber optics, and oceanography. The observation that even individual ...
Microwaves are an essential part of modern communication technology. Mobile phones and laptops, for example, are equipped with integrated microwave circuits for wireless communication. Sophisticated techniques for measurement and characterization of microwave fields are an essential tool for ...
European collaboration of scientists creates an H-bonded 2D network, in which changing temperature changes the 2D conformation. Davide Bonifazi has completed research both at the University of Namur, Brussels, and the University of Trieste, Italy and has collaborated with Meike Stöhr from ...
Forschern der Universität Basel und der Eidgenössischen Technischen Hochschule Lausanne ist es gelungen, Farbstoffe für neuartige Solarzellen mit billigem Kupfer statt mit teurem Ruthenium herzustellen. Das eröffnet neue Perspektiven für eine effiziente Nutzung der Solarenergie. Die ...
Researchers in Switzerland have developed efficient copper-functionalised dye-sensitized solar cells as an alternative to ruthenium-functionalised systems.
Edwin Constable and colleagues at the University of Basel, and at Ecole Polytechnique Federale de Lausanne, in Switzerland, have synthesised carboxylate-derivatized copper complexes as dye stuffs for TiO2 dye-sensitized solar cells (DSSCs). The conversion of light to electricity is an ...