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Solar cell + battery: TU Graz researches hybrid systems

01-Apr-2016

In the FFG project SolaBat, TU Graz is entering almost new research territory. Photovoltaic cells are to be combined into one device with electrochemical energy storage systems. Whether fair weather or foul, sustainable energy supply must be independent of natural fluctuations of renewable energy ...

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Pouring fire on fuels at the nanoscale

11-Aug-2015

There are no magic bullets for global energy needs. But fuel cells in which electrical energy is harnessed directly from live, self-sustaining chemical reactions promise cheaper alternatives to fossil fuels. To facilitate faster energy conversion in these cells, scientists disperse nanoparticles ...

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Sensitive to Oxygen: Phosphorescent iridium(III) porphyrin complexes, new tunable oxygen indicators

08-Mar-2011

Monitoring the amount of oxygen in living tissues accurately is a valuable tool in biomedical science, because it enables the elucidation of the course of metabolic processes or the detection of diseases or anomalies. Metal complexes that absorb and emit light are useful as ...

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The Battery of the Future: New storage material improves energy density of lithium-ion battery

30-Oct-2009

High-performance energy storage technologies for the automotive industry or mobile phone batteries and notebooks providing long battery times - these visions of the future are being brought one step nearer to the present by scientists from Graz University of Technology. Researchers at the ...

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Mysterious charge transport in self-assembled monolayer transistors unraveled

13-Aug-2009

An international team of researchers from the Netherlands, Russia and Austria discovered that monolayer coverage and channel length set the mobility in self-assembled monolayer field-effect transistors (SAMFETs). This opens the door to extremely sensitive chemical sensors that can be produced in ...

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Single molecules as electric conductors

13-Jul-2009

Minimum size, maximum efficiency: The use of molecules as elements in electronic circuits shows great potential. One of the central challenges up until now has been that most molecules only start to conduct once a large voltage has been applied. An international research team with participation ...

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Unusual nanoscale mound formation

11-Jul-2008

Terrace-like elevations of just a few nanometres can form during production of organic thin films made from electrically conductive material. This phenomenon was previously only known from inorganic materials and is crucially important for future production of a new generation of semi-conductor ...

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