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Scientists have developed fluorophores that are 2.4 to 20 times more intense than analogues

The new material will help improve displays on smartphones, computers, and televisions

27-Oct-2022

Scientists have developed, synthesized, and studied a series of new fluorophores, a luminous chemical compound. These are the new cyanopyrazine-based bullet systems. Studies have shown that the presence of cyanogroup substance in the composition of fluorophores significantly increases the ...

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Eco-friendly method for the synthesis of iron oxide nanoparticles

Producing nanomaterials from plant extracts

17-Sep-2019

A team of scientists from Ural Federal University (Yekaterinburg), Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology and other collaborator have published an article about a new method for the synthesis of magnetic nanoparticles. Today nanoparticles are used in various fields, from biomedicine ...

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New material for solid oxide fuel cells

Higher conductivity and lower coefficient of thermal expansion

26-Jul-2018

Scientists have replaced some of the iron atoms in the composition Nd0.5Ba0.5FeO3-δ by cobalt, while simultaneously increasing the conductivity and lowering the thermal expansion of the material. To improve conductivity through the change in the number of defects as a starting point for the ...

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Nanoparticles' defects can be useful

27-Jun-2018

According to Yulia Kuznetsova, defects in nanoparticles play a very serious role in the formation of their real structure and physical properties. Therefore, having learned to create the necessary defects in the required quantities, we can control characteristics of such materials. In other ...

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How Crystal Becomes a Conductor

07-Feb-2008

Squeeze a crystal of manganese oxide hard enough, and it changes from an electrical insulator to a conductive metal. In a report published by the journal Nature Materials, researchers use computational modeling to show why this happens. The results represent an advance in computer modeling of ...

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