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New lasers for police and petrochemistry

22-Mar-2016

Laser to replace breathalyser – this principle could be the future of traffic controls: Physicists of the University of Würzburg have developed a laser that can be used to measure alcohol in the driver's cab. But the new laser can do much more. Is this the future of traffic controls? A special ...

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Playing billiard with hybrid light and matter particles

14-Oct-2015

For the first time, physicists from the University of Würzburg have successfully modelled and studied a particularly chaotic system in quantum nature. The work by Professor Sven Höfling and Christian Schneider is part of an international project. The experiment starts from the principle of a ...

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Arylboronates made easy

24-Aug-2015

Abandoning expensive and toxic materials in chemical synthesis: This is the goal pursued by scientists at the University of Würzburg. In the magazine "Angewandte Chemie", they describe a new way to achieve this goal. The synthesis of arylboronates to date has required metalliferous catalysts ...

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Boroles get a stability boost

10-Aug-2015

Boroles could be a highly interesting class of materials for practical use in photovoltaic or LED applications – if it weren't for the molecules' extreme instability. Chemists from Würzburg have now discovered a powerful stabiliser. Boroles are boron containing molecules that have great ...

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Diamond provides technical progress

06-Jul-2015

Diamond should help to produce fuels and chemicals from carbon dioxide and light. This is the goal of a new research consortium receiving around EUR 3.9 million in funding from the European Union. It is coordinated by Professor Anke Krueger at the University of Würzburg. To date only nature has ...

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Holger Braunschweig Awarded Second ERC Advanced Grant

27-May-2015

Chemist Holger Braunschweig has joined an elite club of European researchers who have been awarded a second "Advanced Grant", the largest research grant offered by the European Research Council (ERC). Braunschweig will receive 2.5 million Euro in order to explore unprecedented new bonding ...

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A semiconductor from the hot plate

13-Jan-2015

Scientists from the University of Würzburg have been successful in their search for new, better materials to produce organic semiconductors. Their latest development has even broken a world record: It is a better electricity conductor than all other comparable materials.It holds the record among ...

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Tracking Down Organic Fraudsters

05-Sep-2014

Organic food is booming – but was the much more expensive tomato really grown organically? This can be found out by means of an analytic technique that scientists from the university of Würzburg are working on. The demand for organic food is rising. It has almost tripled worldwide between 2002 ...

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New technique for measuring nanostructures

27-Aug-2014

Bringing two electrical insulators together to create an electrical superconductor: Anyone wishing to analyze such phenomena in nanostructures will soon come up against metrological limitations – unless a new method is used that Würzburg physicists have helped to develop. Modern electronic ...

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Nanotubes laid out in stripes

10-Jun-2014

A number of technical innovations of recent times involve the use of thin layers of carbon nanotubes. In 2013, for instance, scientists from Stanford University (USA) presented the prototype of a computer whose electronic components are based not on silicon but on carbon nanotubes. And nanotubes ...

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