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Jan 2016

… spectroscopy. At temperatures of approx. 375 degrees Celsius and a pressure 220 times higher than normal, water reaches the supercritical state, where the liquid and the gaseous phases can no longer be clearly distinguished – according to...

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… and application of chemical products. A new stage in technological sorption and purification processes has been entered with the development of ionic liquids as green solvents. Nonconventional solvent mixtures are just being explored for the more effective conversion of biomass to feedstock chemicals.…

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…The Center for Advanced Liquid-phase Engineering DOrtmund will be the second solvation science building in the world! Funded by the Federal Government and the State of NRW.

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…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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… Marx analysed how to study the Widom line experimentally by means of terahertz spectroscopy. -Phys. Rev. Let. Marx, supercritical state, water, liquid

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…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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… and application of chemical products. A new stage in technological sorption and purification processes has been entered with the development of ionic liquids as green solvents. Nonconventional solvent mixtures are just being explored for the more effective conversion of biomass to feedstock chemicals.…

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… and application of chemical products. A new stage in technological sorption and purification processes has been entered with the development of ionic liquids as green solvents. Nonconventional solvent mixtures are just being explored for the more effective conversion of biomass to feedstock chemicals.…

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22
Aug 2018

… on 3 August 2018. Constantly changing reaction conditions Near the electrode, where the chlorine production takes place, three phases meet: solid, liquid and gaseous. Thus far, researchers have mainly studied the concentration of reacting oxygen...

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28
Jun 2019

…        How is your research related to solvation science? Even minute changes in solvation conditions, such as by changes in ionic strength and cosolvents, can markedly affect liquid-liquid phase transitions. Within RESOLV, we are studying the...

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