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Oregon researchers synthesize negative-charge carrying molecular structures

20-Mar-2013

University of Oregon chemists have synthesized organic molecular structures that move both positive and negative electrical charges -- a highly desired but often difficult combination to achieve in current efforts to create highly flexible electronic devices and other new-age technologies. The ...

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Computer simulations for multiscale systems can be faster, better, more reliable

21-Sep-2012

University of Oregon scientists have found a way to correctly reproduce not only the structure but also important thermodynamic quantities such as pressure and compressibility of a large, multiscale system at variable levels of molecular coarse-graining. The method is a mathematically driven ...

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UO chemists develop liquid-based hydrogen storage material

New material may boost efforts to convert gasoline infrastructure into one based on hydrogen

24-Nov-2011

University of Oregon chemists have developed a boron-nitrogen-based liquid-phase storage material for hydrogen that works safely at room temperature and is both air- and moisture-stable -- an accomplishment that offers a possible route through current storage and transportation ...

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Researchers confirm benzene-like electron delocalization of important molecule

UO team's findings could pave way for synthetic compounds useful in drug discovery and materials science

23-Jun-2008

Researchers in the lab of University of Oregon chemist Shih-Yuan Liu have successfully synthesized and structurally characterized boron-nitrogen compounds that are isoelectronic and isostructural to the fundamentally important benzene molecule. Given the appearance of benzene derivatives in ...

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Think green, UO's Hutchison says, to reduce nanotech hazards

03-Apr-2008

The University of Oregon's Jim Hutchison, holding three patents in the emerging field of nanotechnology, embraces a strong call for exploring potential environmental and health implications, which he says could be many, and for designing new materials with reduced hazard. The available data, he ...

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Ascenion mediates licensing contract between the Helmholtz Zentrum München and YXLON International

14-Jan-2008

Researchers at the Helmholtz Zentrum München - German Research Center for Environmental Health, together with the University of Oregon, USA have developed a new image reconstruction system for computed tomography that produces greater image quality at a lower radiation dose compared with standard ...

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Chemists perfect fast way to synthesize libraries of gold nanoparticles

07-Sep-2005

University of Oregon chemist Jim Hutchison discovered a new way of rapidly generating libraries of tiny particles with great promise for research and development at the nanoscale. "We've discovered a method for generating a diverse library of functionalized gold particles quickly and easily," ...

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