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New Compound Switches Between Liquid And Solid States When Exposed to Light Or Heat

4 days ago − Kobe University
A research group led by Professor Mochida Tomoyuki (Kobe University Graduate School of Science) and Dr. Funasako Yusuke (Tokyo University of Science, Yamaguchi) has developed a metal-containing compound which transforms into a solid when exposed to light and returns to liquid form when heated. This substance could potentially be used for photolithography technology, such as fabricating printed circuits, among other applications. The findings were published in the journal Chemical…
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Using Solid-state Materials with Gold Nanoantennas for More Durable Solar Cells

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Synthesis of Hydrogen: Enzymes Assemble Themselves in the Test Tube
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Gels Go Drugs
Physicists from the Lomonosov Moscow State University completed the work that will bring scientists closer to the development of new polymer gels for targeted drug delivery. The article was…
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Finding a New Formula for Concrete
Researchers at MIT are seeking to redesign concrete -- the most widely used human-made material in the world -- by following nature's blueprints. …
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Making Some of the World's Most Durable Materials Corrosion-resistant
Borides are among the hardest and most heat-resistant substances on the planet, but their Achilles' Heel, like so many materials', is that they oxidize at high temperatures. Oxidation is…
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Thermal Modification of Wood And a Complex Study of Its Properties by Magnetic Resonance
Heat treatment has proved to be an effective method of improving some of the useful properties of wood. Recent developments of the technology have allowed to achieve, among other…
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Traveling Wave Drives Magnetic Particles
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