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High-tech electronics made from autumn leaves

31-Aug-2017

Northern China's roadsides are peppered with deciduous phoenix trees, producing an abundance of fallen leaves in autumn. These leaves are generally burned in the colder season, exacerbating the country's air pollution problem. Investigators in Shandong, China, recently discovered a new method to ...

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Rewritable material could help reduce paper waste

07-Nov-2016

Even in today's digital age, the world still relies on paper and ink, most of which ends up in landfills or recycling centers. To reduce this waste, scientists have now developed a low-cost, environmentally friendly way to create printed materials with rewritable paper. Their report on the ...

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Recharging on stable, amorphous silicon

12-Oct-2016

Next-generation anodes for lithium ion batteries will probably no longer be made of graphite. Silicon, which is a related material, can provide a much higher capacity than graphite, but its crystallinity poses problems. Chinese scientists have introduced a porous silicon form that is amorphous, ...

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New Technique Developed for Effective Dye Removal and Low-Cost Water Purification

20-Jul-2016

Chinese scientists developed a novel and versatile approach for synthesizing silver-based hybrid nano-particles using laser-induced fabrication, demonstrating the nano-composite’s potential as high-performance adsorbent for dye removal and low-cost water purification Organic compounds in ...

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Effect of microstructure on the coercivity of HDDR Nd-Fe-B permanent magnetic alloy

28-Jul-2008

The School of Physics, Shandong University, has shown that the coercivity mechanism of HDDR Nd-Fe-B permanent magnetic alloy is greatly related to its microstructure defect at the grain boundary. The investigation can provide a clear understanding of coercivity mechanism, and hence will be ...

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