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A novel colorimetric multi-channel sensor on cell phone platform
Reliable colorimetric analysis technologies have been widely praised for their highly sensitive and selective responses towards various contaminants in environmental monitoring. In principle, the chromogenic agent selectively reacts with the target in water samples, and the colored product ...
Colour images from the shadow of a sample
A research team at the University of Göttingen has developed a new method to produce X-ray images in colour. In the past, the only way to determine the chemical composition of a sample and the position of its components using X-ray fluorescence analysis was to focus the X-rays and scan the whole ...
X-ray experiment shows possible novel route for tailoring properties of glasses: “The story appears to be getting more interesting”
For thousands of years, people around the world have experimented with different ways to make glasses with varying properties by heating them until they melt then cooling them again. A team led by scientists at the University of Padua in Italy have used DESY’s PETRA III X-ray light source to ...
Research results could be key to understanding high-temperature superconductors
A team of researchers at the MPQ has for the first time monitored in an experiment how holes (positive charge carriers) in a solid-state model combined to form pairs. This process could play an important role in understanding high-temperature superconductivity. Using a quantum simulator, ...
Comprehensive range of laboratory services & solutions
Zifo, a specialist scientific informatics services provider, announces the acquisition of beyontics. A scientific service provider, beyontics has extensive experience in selecting, configuring, optimizing, and supporting Chromatography Data Systems (CDS), particularly the Waters Empower CDS. ...
New opportunities for materials research
A team of scientists, led by researchers from the Max Born Institute in Berlin and Helmholtz-Zentrum Berlin in Germany and from Brookhaven National Laboratory and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in the United States has developed a revolutionary new method for capturing high-resolution ...
“Raman scattering is a standard experimental technique available in many labs, which is one of the strengths of this proposal”
Much recent research has focused on ‘topological’ materials – an intriguing type of solids which fall outside the standard classification into insulators and conductors. While their bulk is insulating, these phases are characterized by electrically conducting channels which appear at their edges. ...
Saved seconds add up to hours over multiple measurements
How can the component elements of an unknown material, such as a meteorite, be determined? X-ray fluorescence analysis can be used to identify an abundance of elements, by irradiating samples with X-rays and analyzing the spectrum they emit and can detect many elements simultaneously. For this ...
Chemists take a new approach to testing chemicals
Researchers of the University of Amsterdam, together with colleagues at the University of Queensland and the Norwegian Institute for Water Research, have developed a strategy for assessing the toxicity of chemicals using machine learning. They present their approach in an article in Environmental ...
An international team of researchers has demonstrated for the first time the use of a new lensless ultrafast X-Ray method to image phase transitions
The use of light to produce transient phases in quantum materials is fast becoming a novel way to engineer new properties in them, such as the generation of superconductivity or nanoscale topological defects. However, visualizing the growth of a new phase in a solid is not easy, due in-part to ...