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Comparing fundamental techniques for doping graphene sheets

Nanotechnology researchers at the Georgia Institute of Technology have conducted the first direct comparison of two fundamental techniques that could be used for chemically doping sheets of two-dimensional graphene for the fabrication of devices and interconnects.

Posted: Nov 7th, 2011

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Using fluidized bed reactor for phenolic wasterwater treatment

A group of researchers from Thailand investigated the combined effect of adsorption and oxidation for phenolic wastewater treatment using a three phase fluidized bed reactor. The group continuously fed aqueous solutions containing phenol and ozone into a reactor resulting in a comparison of seven cases.

Posted: Nov 7th, 2011

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Flexible Regalsysteme sortieren Molekuele

Ein flexibles und effizientes neues Verfahren zur Trennung von Enantiomeren haben Forscher des Karlsruher Instituts fuer Technologie (KIT) und der Ruhr-Uni Bochum (RUB) entwickelt. Die Enantiomerentrennung ist unerlaesslich fuer die Herstellung vieler Medikamente.

Posted: Nov 7th, 2011

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Unique bipolar compounds enhance functionality of organic electronics

Researchers often work with a narrow range of compounds when making organic electronics, such as solar panels, light emitting diodes and transistors. Professor Tim Bender and Ph.D. Candidate Graham Morse of U of T's Department of Chemical Engineering and Applied Chemistry have uncovered compounds that exhibit unique and novel electro-chemical properties.

Posted: Nov 5th, 2011

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A biologically inspired tape uses some of nature's tricks to stick

Insects can run up walls, hang from ceilings, and perform other amazing feats that have for centuries fascinated human observers. Now scientists from the Zoological Institute at the University of Kiel, in Germany, who have been studying these able acrobats, have borrowed some of the insects' tricks to make a dry tape that can be repeatedly peeled off without losing its adhesive properties.

Posted: Nov 4th, 2011

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