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Mo. 28. Juni 2021, 11:15 Uhr (via Zoom)

Dipl-Ing. Jakob A. Genser
Institut für Festkörperelektronik, TU Wien
“Silicene the 2D allotrope of silicon”

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10th European NESY Winterschool & Symposium

The institute of Physics organised again the “10th European NESY Winterschool & Symposium on Neutron and Synchrotron Radiation“, which took place from March 6 to 10 in Altausse, Austria. The NESY-winterschool is one of the most important platforms for the Austrian NESY-community using Europe’s large scale research facilities for research projects.

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Combined in situ scattering and modelling approach published in Nature Energy

A synergistic in situ scattering and atomistic modelling approach enabled the quantification of local ion rearrangement and partial ion desolvation during charging and discharging a nanoporous carbon based supercapacitor.

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Epitaxy of highly ordered organic semiconductor crystallite networks supported by hexagonal boron nitride

In a recently published article in Scientific Reports a mechnically exfoliated hexagonal boron nitride has been used as ultra-thin van der Waals dielectric substrate for the growth of organic semiconductor para-hexaphenyl (6P).

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Relationship Between Pore Structure and Sorption-Induced Deformation in Hierarchical Silica-Based Monoliths

Abstract: Experimental results on sorption-induced deformation during npentanedesorption were obtained by in-situ dilatometry and in-situ small angleX-ray scattering (SAXS). The sample investigated was a silica-based monolithwith hierarchical pore structure comprising amacroporous network of struts,each strut containing well-defined cylindrical mesopores ordered on a 2D hexagonallattice.

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Superkondensatoren in Aktion: Institut für Physik entwickelt neue Methode zur Untersuchung nanoporöser Energiespeicher

Einem interdisziplinären Team von Wissenschaftlern der Montanuniversität Leoben, dem Institut für Neue Materialien in Saarbrücken und der TU Graz gelang es kürzlich eine vollkommen neuartige Methode zur Untersuchung von Ionen beim Laden und Entladen sogenannter Superkondensatoren zu entwickeln.

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