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Measurements of thermal electron attachment rate coefficients to molecules using an electron swarm technique
Abstract.An existing electron swarm apparatus has been redesigned and upgraded. In particular, the new design incorporates a novel planar radioactive foil to form an integral part of the driftExpand
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Bimolecular reactions of the dications and trications of atoms and small molecules in the gas-phase
Abstract This review discusses the recent developments in our understanding of the electron transfer and bond-forming reactions of small atomic and molecular dications in the gas-phase. A summary ofExpand
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Isomeric effects in the gas-phase reactions of dichloroethene, C2H2CL2, with a series of cations.
A study of the reactions of a series of gas-phase cations (NH(4)(+), H(3)O(+), SF(3)(+), CF(3)(+), CF(+), SF(5)(+), SF(2)(+), SF(+), CF(2)(+), SF(4)(+), O(2)(+), Xe(+), N(2)O(+), CO(2)(+), Kr(+),Expand
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Design and testing of a 9.5 kWe proton exchange membrane fuel cell–supercapacitor passive hybrid system
Abstract The design and test of a 9.5 kWe proton exchange membrane fuel cell passively coupled with a 33 × 1500 F supercapacitor pack is presented. Experimental results showed that the system reducedExpand
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The atomistic structure of yttria stabilised zirconia at 6.7 mol%: an ab initio study.
Yttria stabilized zirconia (YSZ) is an important oxide ion conductor used in solid oxide fuel cells, oxygen sensing devices, and for oxygen separation. Doping pure zirconia (ZrO2) with yttria (Y2O3)Expand
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Chemical Descriptors of Yttria-Stabilized Zirconia at Low Defect Concentration: An ab Initio Study.
Yttria-stabilized zirconia (YSZ) is an important oxide ion conductor with applications in solid oxide fuel cells (SOFCs) and oxygen sensing devices. Doping the cubic phase of zirconia (c-ZrO2) withExpand
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Molecular Friction Mechanisms Across Nanofilms of a Bilayer-Forming Ionic Liquid.
The prevailing paradigm in boundary lubrication asserts, in essence, that surfaces coated in amphiphiles slide past each other by way of the "slippery" exposed alkyl chains while the polar head groupExpand
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Lithium-ion battery fast charging: A review
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This paper reviews the literature on the physical phenomena that limit battery charging speeds, the degradation mechanisms that commonly result from charging at high currents, and the approaches that have been proposed to address these issues. Expand
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Generation of the organo-rare gas dications HCCRg2+ (Rg = Ar and Kr) in the reaction of acetylene dications with rare gases.
Using doubly ionized acetylene as a superelectrophilic reagent, the new rare-gas compounds HCCAr2+ and HCCKr2+ have been prepared for the first time in hyperthermal collisions of mass-selectedExpand
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Controlling radical formation in the photoactive yellow protein chromophore.
To understand how photoactive proteins function, it is necessary to understand the photoresponse of the chromophore. Photoactive yellow protein (PYP) is a prototypical signaling protein. Blue lightExpand
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