Physicists predict molecular states of cold atoms

A research study published in the journal Nature Physics, theoretically predicted molecular states of chemical reactions that involved three atoms at ultracold temperatures. The study conducted by...
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Researchers detect a new reaction path in the atmosphere

Researchers from Leibniz Institute for Tropospheric Research (TROPOS) and Universities of Innsbruck and Helsinki have observed a particularly rapid type of pair production in...

New gallium alloy helps in the advances of 3D printed, stretchable electronics

A team from Oregon State University’s College of Engineering have created a highly conductive gallium alloy by putting nickel nanoparticles into Galinstan, a liquid metal...
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Gene boosts rice growth and yield in salty soil

Around 20% of the world's irrigated land is considered to contain elevated concentrations of salt. The soil continues to get saltier as the climate...

Massive reserves of mercury found hidden in permafrost

Researchers have discovered permafrost in the northern hemisphere that stores massive amounts of natural mercury. In the new study, scientists measured mercury concentrations in permafrost...

Supermolecule hunts and removes drug contaminating water

Researchers have found an effective, environmentally friendly molecule, calix, which monitors and remove pharmaceuticals from water. Professor Danil de Namor, University of Surrey Emeritus...

Rare Earth minerals could change the global economy

A small island located 790 miles off the coast of Japan is home to roughly 16 million tons of mud, which contain massive amounts...

‘Fuzzy’ fibers can take rockets’ heat

If the composite fibres used to make next-generation rocket engines are fuzzy they can stand the heat and pressure. Therefore, The Rice University laboratory...

Scientists develop 3D print self-folding materials

Researchers from Carnegie Mellon University have developed 3D print self-folding materials. The technique, known as Thermorph, could be the first step towards products like...

Click chemistry reaction for production of polysulfates & polysulfonates

Click chemistry describes a suite of reactions that are controllable, highly reactive, high-yielding, and equire little purification. Protocols are usually simple, using readily-available starting...

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