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Anomalous Thermal Expansion and Luminescence Thermochromism in Silver(I) Dicyanamide

10-Jun-2016 | Sarah A. Hodgson, Sarah J. Hunt, Thomas Just Sørensen, Amber L. Thompson, Emily M. Reynolds, Stephen Faulkner, Andre ..., European Journal of Inorganic Chemistry, 2016

We study mechanical flexibility and its link to optical properties in the dense metal–organic framework silver(I) dicyanamide {Ag[N(CN)2], Ag(dca)}. We show that the system exhibits polymorph‐independent anomalous thermal expansion behaviour and find a linear variation in the relative intensity ...


On Optimal Sensing and Actuation Design for an Industrial Scale Steam Methane Reformer Furnace

30-May-2016 | Ankur Kumar, Michael Baldea, AIChE Journal, 2016

Abstract The spatial temperature distribution in the highly energy‐intensive furnace unit in a steam reforming‐based hydrogen manufacturing plant determines the energy efficiency of the plant. While the fuel distribution among the burners can be manipulated to control the furnace temperature ...


Reaction of aerogel containing ceramic fibre insulation to fire exposure

25-Apr-2016 | K. Ghazi Wakili, A. Remhof, Fire and Materials, 2016

SUMMARY Aerogel containing ceramic fibre insulations represent a newly developed high performance insulation material applied in industrial installations and recently expanding rapidly into the construction industry to reduce the heat transfer through walls and ceilings. As a rather expensive ...


Upconversion of SrWO4:Er3+/Yb3+: Improvement by Yb3+ codoping and temperature sensitivity for optical temperature sensors

09-Apr-2016 | Author(s): Zhen Wei, Wei Zheng, Zhiyong Zhu, Xiongfei Guo, Chemical Physics Letters, 2016

Publication date: May 2016 Source:Chemical Physics Letters, Volume 651 Author(s): Zhen Wei, Wei Zheng, Zhiyong Zhu, Xiongfei Guo SrWO4:Er3+/Yb3+ phosphors are synthesized by a solid state reaction. The XRD patterns indicate that the doping ions will not change the phase of SrWO4. ...


Use of Temperature Sensors to Determine Exclusivity of Improved Stove Use and Associated Household Air Pollution Reductions in Kenya

30-Mar-2016 | Matthew J. Lozier; Kanta Sircar; Bryan Christensen; Ajay Pillarisetti; David Pennise; Nigel Bruce; Debbi Stanistreet ..., Environmental Science & Technology, 2016

Household air pollution (HAP) contributes to 3.5–4 million annual deaths globally. Recent interventions using improved cookstoves (ICS) to reduce HAP have incorporated temperature sensors as stove use monitors (SUMs) to assess stove use. We deployed SUMs in an effectiveness study of 6 ICSs in 45 ...


Graphene Quantum Dots: Synthesis of Blue‐, Green‐, Yellow‐, and Red‐Emitting Graphene‐Quantum‐Dot‐Based Nanomaterials with Excitation‐Independent Emission (Part. Part. Syst. Charact. 3/2016)

14-Mar-2016 | Chia‐Chun Ke, Ya‐Chun Yang, Wei‐Lung Tseng, Particle & Particle Systems Characterization, 2016

As W. L. Tseng and co‐workers describe on page 132, graphene quantum dots (GODs)‐based nanomaterials with different colors can be prepared via hydroxyl radical‐induced decomposition of GO to small‐sized GO sheets and GQDs and heteroatom doping. The resulting GQD‐based nanomaterials exhibit ...


Meter-Long Spiral Carbon Nanotube Fibers Show Ultrauniformity and Flexibility

18-Feb-2016 | Yuanyuan Shang; Chunfei Hua; Wenjing Xu; Xiaoyang Hu; Ying Wang; Yu Zhou; Yingjiu Zhang; Xinjian Li; Anyuan Cao, Nano Letters, 2016

Conventional straight fibers spun from carbon nanotubes have rather limited deformability; creating a spiral structure holds the promise to break this shape restriction and enhance structural flexibility. Here, we report up to one meter-length threads containing purely single-walled nanotubes ...


Low Temperature Thermochromic Polydiacetylenes: Design, Colorimetric Properties, and Nanofiber Formation

05-Feb-2016 | In Sung Park; Hye Jin Park; Woomin Jeong; Jihye Nam; Youngjong Kang; Kayeong Shin; Hoeil Chung; Jong-Man Kim, Macromolecules, 2016

Owing to their stimulus responsive color changing properties, polydiacetylenes (PDAs) have been extensively investigated as colorimetric sensors. Thermochromic properties of PDAs have been the central focus of a number of investigations that were aimed not only at gaining a fundamental ...


Thermoelectric Polymers and their Elastic Aerogels

02-Feb-2016 | Zia Ullah Khan, Jesper Edberg, Mahiar Max Hamedi, Roger Gabrielsson, Hjalmar Granberg, Lars Wågberg, Isak Engquist, ..., Advanced Materials, 2016

Electronically conducting polymers constitute an emerging class of materials for novel electronics, such as printed electronics and flexible electronics. Their properties have been further diversified to introduce elasticity, which has opened new possibility for “stretchable” electronics. Recent ...


Sensors, Vol. 16, Pages 187: Pressure and Temperature Sensors Using Two Spin Crossover Materials

02-Feb-2016 | Jureschi, Catalin-Maricel ; Linares, Jorge ; Boulmaali, Ayoub ; Dahoo, Pierre Richard; Rotaru, Aurelian ; Garcia, Yann, Sensors, 2016

The possibility of a new design concept for dual spin crossover based sensors for concomitant detection of both temperature and pressure is presented. It is conjectured from numerical results obtained by mean field approximation applied to a Ising-like model that using two different spin ...


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