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Scientists discover new chemical reaction

06-Jun-2022

“Finding something so novel that it might be included in textbooks as fundamental knowledge is every scientist’s dream,” says Prof. Dr. Jan Paradies, a professor at Paderborn University. Paradies, a chemist, recently discovered a previously unprecedented reaction in which an entire molecular ...

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Sauerkraut, light and crystals

Researchers want to develop new bioplastic for use in optical technologies

25-Oct-2021

Scientists at the University of Paderborn, Hamm-Lippstadt University of Applied Sciences and the Aachen-Maastricht Institute for Biobased Materials (AMIBM) are researching new environmentally friendly plastic products based on lactic acid. The aim is to develop sustainable materials for optical ...

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Just a few atoms thick: New functional materials developed

Using the smallest "construction set" in the world, a research team is designing new materials for computer chips, light-emitting diodes and solar cells

10-May-2021

They are 50,000 times thinner than a human hair, and just a few atoms thick: two-dimensional materials are the thinnest substances it is possible to make today. They have completely new properties and are regarded as the next major step in modern semiconductor technology. In the future they could ...

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New study reveals first fundamental insights into ion transport mechanisms

Results may contribute to the future development of more efficient battery types

08-Oct-2020

Ionic conductors transport electric current. One simple application of this process is the common battery which uses a salt bridge to connect two electrolyte solutions. Conductors are also used in other forms of electrochemical energy storage for example when ions pass from one electrode to ...

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Computers Made of Genetic Material?

Researchers conduct electricity using DNA-based nanowires

10-Nov-2016

Tinier than the AIDS virus – that is currently the circumference of the smallest transistors. The industry has shrunk the central elements of their computer chips to fourteen nanometers in the last sixty years. Conventional methods, however, are hitting physical boundaries. Researchers around the ...

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Magnetic fingerprints of interface defects in silicon solar cells detected

02-Apr-2013

In theory, silicon-based solar cells are capable of converting up to 30 percent of sunlight to electricity - although, in reality, the different kinds of loss mechanisms ensure that even under ideal lab conditions it does not exceed 25 %. Advanced heterojunction cells shall affront this problem: ...

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