Dominik Eder

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3.1.1. Covalent Interactions 1355 3.1.2. Noncovalent Interactions 1356 3.1.3. π-π Stacking 1356 3.1.4. Electrostatic Interactions 1357 3.2. In Situ Synthesis Directly on the CNT Surface 1358 3.2.1. Electrochemical Techniques 1358 3.2.2. Sol-Gel Process 1361 3.2.3. Hydrothermal and Aerosol Techniques 1363 3.2.4. Gas-Phase Deposition 1364 3.3. Comparison of(More)
Hydra is a classic and simple model for pattern formation and regeneration research. More recently, it has also been promoted as a model to study ancestral stem cell biology. Three independent cell lineages form the body of the polyp and exhibit characteristics of stem cell systems. In order to define differences in stemness between the ectodermal and(More)
Hybridizing nanocarbons, such as carbon nanotubes (CNTs) or graphene, with an active material is a powerful strategy towards designing next-generation functional materials for environmental and sustainable energy applications. While research on nanocomposites, created by dispersing the nanocarbon into polymer or ceramic matrices, began almost immediately(More)
There is an ever-growing need to protect our environment by increasing energy efficiency and developing "clean" energy sources. These are global challenges, and their resolution is vital to our energy security. Although many conventional materials, such as metals, ceramics, and plastics, cannot fulfil all requirements for these new technologies, many(More)
Distributed Bragg refl ectors (DBRs) consist of periodically alternating layers of high and low refractive index materials, also known as one-dimensional photonic crystals. Interference of light refl ected at the interfaces of the dielectric layers leads to strong refl ection in a well defi ned wavelength range resulting in pronounced structural coloration.(More)
In this work we report on the photo-catalytic performance of phase-pure and iron-doped anatase and rutile nanotubes, produced via a sol-gel process using pristine carbon nanotubes as templates. The encapsulated iron residues can be used to in situ dope the TiO(2) nanotubes without phase separation. The anatase and rutile nanotubes were further impregnated(More)
In this study we design and construct high-efficiency, low-cost, highly stable, hole-conductor-free, solid-state perovskite solar cells, with TiO2 as the electron transport layer (ETL) and carbon as the hole collection layer, in ambient air. First, uniform, pinhole-free TiO2 films of various thicknesses were deposited on fluorine-doped tin oxide (FTO)(More)
This work is dedicated to biokinetic and structural investigations of Al2O3 doping (0.5 to 15 mol %) in ordered mesoporous bioactive glasses (MBGs), based on the composition 80% SiO2−15% CaO−5% P2O5 (in mol %). The synthesis was performed with the sol−gel method in combination with a structure directing agent (P-123) for the formation of mesopores.(More)
Zirconia doped with low-valent cations (e.g. Y3+ or Ca2+) exhibits an exceptionally high ionic conductivity, making them ideal candidates for various electrochemical applications including solid oxide fuel cells (SOFC) and oxygen sensors. It is nevertheless important to study the undoped, monoclinic ZrO2 as a model system to construct a comprehensive(More)