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Caging of molecules allows investigation of equilibrium thermodynamics

03-Mar-2015

On the search for high performance materials for applications such as gas storage, thermal insulators or dynamic nanosystems it is essential to understand the thermal behavior of matter down to the molecular level. Classical thermodynamics average over time and over a large number of molecules. ...

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Gummy bears under antiparticle fire

Positrons answer questions on targeted release of medication

05-Jan-2015

Gelatin is used in the pharmaceutical industry to encapsulate active agents. It protects against oxidation and overly quick release. Tiny pores in the material have a significant influence on this, yet they are difficult to investigate. In experiments on gummy bears, researchers at Technische ...

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Live from inside a battery

Researchers observe the phenomenon of "lithium plating" during the charging process

05-Sep-2014

Lithium-ion batteries are seen as a solution for energy storage of the future and have become indispensible, especially in electromobility. Their key advantage is that they are able to store large amounts of energy but are still comparatively light and compact. However, when metallic lithium ...

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Flexible tapes from the nanoworld

Chemical reaction yields "tapes" of porphin molecules

14-Aug-2014

Dr.Wilhelm Auwärter and his team are working on a research project to develop tiny flat molecule tapes at the Department of Physics of Technische Universität München (TUM). These structures could find versatile applications. Via direct coupling on a silver surface, the scientists successfully ...

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Learning from sharks

19-May-2014

Custom-tailored antibodies are regarded as promising weapons against a multitude of serious illnesses. Since they can accurately recognize specific structures on the surface of viruses, bacteria or cancer cells, they are already being deployed successfully in cancer diagnostics and therapy, as ...

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Using antineutrinos to monitor nuclear reactors

Astroparticle physics methodology applied to nuclear facility monitoring

29-Apr-2014

When monitoring nuclear reactors, the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) has to rely on input given by the operators. In the future, antineutrino detectors may provide an additional option for monitoring. However, heretofore the cumulative antineutrino spectrum of uranium 238 fission ...

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