Renate Schiller

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[1] High‐resolution numerical simulations of the northern Gulf of Mexico region using the Hybrid Coordinate Ocean Model (HYCOM) were employed to investigate the dynamical processes controlling the fate of the Mississippi River plume, in particular the conditions that favor cross‐marginal transport. The study focuses on the effects of topography, wind‐driven(More)
A series of mesoporous anatase-type TiO(2) doped with zirconium (0-50 mol% Zr) was synthesized by combining the sol-gel process with the inverse miniemulsion technique. Nanoparticles between 100 and 300 nm were directly prepared from acidic precursor solutions of titanium glycolate (EGMT) and zirconium isopropoxide. The miniemulsion technique is a simple(More)
Nanocrystalline anatase TiO(2) materials with different specific surface areas and pore size distributions are prepared via sol-gel and miniemulsion routes in the presence of surfactants. The samples are characterized by X-ray diffraction, nitrogen sorption, transmission electron microscopy, and electrochemical measurements. The materials show a pure(More)
Atom probe tomography studies on highly Mg-doped homoepitaxial GaN (0001) layers with concentrations of 5 × 10(19) cm(-3) and 1 × 10(20) cm(-3) were performed. Mg cluster formation was observed only in the higher doped sample whereas in the lower doped sample the Mg distribution was homogeneous. CL measurements have shown that the emission normally(More)
Cerium(IV) oxide nanoparticles were synthesized using an inverse miniemulsion technique with cerium nitrate hexahydrate as precursor. The resulting nanocrystallites are as small as 5 nm with a specific surface area of 158 m² g⁻¹ after calcination at 400 °C. With the addition of cetyltrimethylammonium bromide (CTAB) or (poly(ethylene oxide)-b-poly(propylene(More)
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