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MaterialsTechnologiesMethods

Soft and Hybrid Materials

Metals

Porous MaterialsFOR, GRK

Nanomaterials

Semiconductors

Manufacturing Engineering SFB, SFB, FOR, SPP

Materials EngineeringFOR

Process EngineeringSFB

Energy-Related Technologies

Photonics

Process  ModellingGRK

Materials CharacterizationSFB

Materials Synthesis

Materials ModellingGRK

System Integration

Research Highlights

25.08.2017

Structural and spectroscopic comparison between polycrystalline, nanocrystalline and quantum dot visible light photo-catalyst Bi2WO6

Authors:

Michael Teck, M. Mangir Murshed, Marco Schowalter, Niels Lefeld, Henrike K. Grossmann, Tim Grieb, Thomas Hartmann, Lars Robben, Andreas Rosenauer, Lutz Mädler and Thorsten M. Gesing.

Journal:

Journal of Solid State Chemistry (2017) 254, 82–89.

http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.jssc.2017.07.013

Abstract:

The structural and spectroscopic...

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11.08.2017

The cubic-to-hexagonal phase transition of cerium oxide particles: dynamics and structure

Authors:

Jan Höcker, Jon-Olaf Krisponeit, Thomas Schmidt, Jens Falta and Jan Ingo Flege.

Journal:

Nanoscale (2017) 9, 9352-9358

http://dx.doi.org/10.1039/C6NR09760J

Abstract:

Cerium oxide is often applied in today's catalysts due to its remarkable oxygen storage capacity. The changes in stoichiometry during reaction are linked to...

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12.06.2017

Simultaneous Acquisition of the Polarized and Depolarized Raman Signal with a Single Detector

Authors:

Johannes Kiefer.

Journal:

Analytical Chemistry (2017) 89 (11), 5725-5728

http://dx.doi.org/10.1021/acs.analchem.7b01106

Abstract:

Polarization-resolved Raman spectroscopy provides much more information than its conventional counterpart. However, it usually either requires a complicated setup with two spectrographs and detectors or...

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  • 11-2016: Lithium ion batteries on flexible polyimide substrates are a smart energy storage solution for consumer electronics or applications related to the Internet-of-Things. Size of substrate: 2x2cm. Glennberg et al., Journal of Power Sources 324, 722-728 (2016).11-2016: Lithium ion batteries on flexible polyimide substrates are a smart energy storage solution for consumer electronics or applications related to the Internet-of-Things. Size of substrate: 2x2cm. Glennberg et al., Journal of Power Sources 324, 722-728 (2016).
  • 10-2016: The crystalline orientation and morphology of sub-micrometer cerium dioxide islands grown on a copper surface can be controlled by adjusting the cerium-to-oxygen ratio during deposition. Höcker et al., J. Phys. Chem. C 120, 4895-4901 (2016).10-2016: The crystalline orientation and morphology of sub-micrometer cerium dioxide islands grown on a copper surface can be controlled by adjusting the cerium-to-oxygen ratio during deposition. Höcker et al., J. Phys. Chem. C 120, 4895-4901 (2016).
  • 09-2016: Fracture surface within a titanium-CFRP hybrid laminate used for joining aluminum and CFRP via a laser fusion process. Scale 300:1. www.for-schwarzsilber.de Woizeschke & Vollertsen, Journal of Materials Engineering and Performance 24, 3558-3572 (2015).09-2016: Fracture surface within a titanium-CFRP hybrid laminate used for joining aluminum and CFRP via a laser fusion process. Scale 300:1. www.for-schwarzsilber.de Woizeschke & Vollertsen, Journal of Materials Engineering and Performance 24, 3558-3572 (2015).
  • 08-2016: A Cu dendrite (red, length ~ 150 µm) and thin Ag dendrites (grey, length ~ 40 µm) grown over the junction termination of a high voltage diode during a humidity-bias testing. Zorn & Kaminski, IET Power Electronics 8, 2329-2335 (2015).08-2016: A Cu dendrite (red, length ~ 150 µm) and thin Ag dendrites (grey, length ~ 40 µm) grown over the junction termination of a high voltage diode during a humidity-bias testing. Zorn & Kaminski, IET Power Electronics 8, 2329-2335 (2015).
  • 07-2016: The high quenching rates during single-step flame spray pyrolysis allowed the synthesis of δ-Bi2O3 with extraordinarily small dopant concentrations. J. Dreyer et al., CrystEngComm 18, 2046-2056 (2016).07-2016: The high quenching rates during single-step flame spray pyrolysis allowed the synthesis of δ-Bi2O3 with extraordinarily small dopant concentrations. J. Dreyer et al., CrystEngComm 18, 2046-2056 (2016).
  • 06-2016: Constitutive equations for the average dislocation velocity ν in a theory of crystal plasticity based on continuum dislocation dynamics. T. Hochrainer, Journal of the Mechanics and Physics of Solids 88, 12-22 (2016).06-2016: Constitutive equations for the average dislocation velocity ν in a theory of crystal plasticity based on continuum dislocation dynamics. T. Hochrainer, Journal of the Mechanics and Physics of Solids 88, 12-22 (2016).
  • 05-2016: Molecular surfaces of molecules in a crystal lattice. The contact patches to their neighbor molecules are given in red. Diameter: 1-2 mm. A. Schütrumpf et al., ACS Crystal Growth and Design 15, 4925-4931 (2015).05-2016: Molecular surfaces of molecules in a crystal lattice. The contact patches to their neighbor molecules are given in red. Diameter: 1-2 mm. A. Schütrumpf et al., ACS Crystal Growth and Design 15, 4925-4931 (2015).
  • 04-2016: Atomic structures of Fe nad Fe-hydrogen complexes adsorbed on a Pt(111) surface (heights of Fe, FeH and FeH2: 110, 190, and 200 pm). Khajetoorians et al., Nature Nanotechnology, 10, 958-964 (2015).04-2016: Atomic structures of Fe nad Fe-hydrogen complexes adsorbed on a Pt(111) surface (heights of Fe, FeH and FeH2: 110, 190, and 200 pm). Khajetoorians et al., Nature Nanotechnology, 10, 958-964 (2015).
  • 03-2016:  Agglomeration of lysozyme in solution with dipole moments shown as red arrows, diameter of lysozyme ~ 5 nm. Hybrid Materials Interfaces Group. N. Hildebrand et al., Journal of Physical Chemistry C, 119, 7295-7307 (2015).03-2016: Agglomeration of lysozyme in solution with dipole moments shown as red arrows, diameter of lysozyme ~ 5 nm. Hybrid Materials Interfaces Group. N. Hildebrand et al., Journal of Physical Chemistry C, 119, 7295-7307 (2015).
  • 02-2015: Microstructure of bimodal porous ceramics for sound absorption applications at high temperatures. Advanced Ceramics Group. Carlesso et al., Journal of the American Ceramic Society, 96, 710-718 (2013).02-2015: Microstructure of bimodal porous ceramics for sound absorption applications at high temperatures. Advanced Ceramics Group. Carlesso et al., Journal of the American Ceramic Society, 96, 710-718 (2013).
  • 01-2015: Co-Spray Forming of a steel sheet product. IWT Bremen, Ulrich Reiß. Meyer et al. Materialwissenschaft und Werkstofftechnik, 45, 642-651 (2014).01-2015: Co-Spray Forming of a steel sheet product. IWT Bremen, Ulrich Reiß. Meyer et al. Materialwissenschaft und Werkstofftechnik, 45, 642-651 (2014).