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Oct 2014

… the behaviour of hydrogen nuclei at very low temperatures. These hydrogen nuclei involved in so-called hydrogen bonds ensure, for example, that water is liquid (and not solid or gaseous) at room temperature. For his research, he was awarded the Longuet-Higgins Young Author’s Prize by the international…

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Jul 2016

…PNAS: Water is liquid at room temperature – astounding for such a small molecule. Insights into the causes are provided by a new simulation method, which has its origins in brain research.

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Jul 2014

… this paper, Walewski and coworkers describe results of imaginary-time path integral calculations of molecules and dimers containing H atoms at sub-liquid helium temperatures. A remarkable effect is reported, namely the compression of protons in hydrogen bonds to a volume in space that is comparable to -…

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Jul 2019

…Ang.Chem.: Unlike metallic magnets, magnets consisting of organic molecules could be lightweight, transparent, flexible or liquid. Normally, however, they are unstable.

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… Hydrophobic Interactions Dr. Hendrik Bluhm Lawrence Berkeley National Lab, USA Liquid/solid interfaces investigated by X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy Prof. Ib Chorkendorff Technical…

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Feb 2020

… Cychy, Corina Andronescu, Martin Muhler, Wolfgang Schuhmann, Yen-Ting Chen: A universal nano-capillary based method of catalyst immobilization for liquid cell transmission electron microscopy, in: Angewandte Chemie International Edition, 2020, DOI:...

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Apr 2020

…Ang.Chem.: Water may look like a simple liquid. However, it is anything but simple to analyse. The unique properties of water are only understandable, if scientists observe the interaction of the molecules.

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Nov 2018

… such as when you put a spoonful of sugar into your coffee in a morning. The solid crystals are solvated in no time at all and disperse in the liquid. What happens at a molecular level is difficult to decipher because the process takes place too...

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… Gaigeot, Marie-Pierre University Évry-Val d'Essonne, France Solvation and vibrational spectroscopy at solid oxyde/liquid water interfaces from AIMD simulations Jørgensen, Karl Anker University of Aarhus, Denmark …

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Sep 2018

… says Associate Professor Dr. Marc Nowaczyk from the RUB Department of Plant Biochemistry. "It would be conceivable, for example, to produce liquid energy carriers based on carbon from climate-damaging carbon dioxide." The results are described by...

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