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Shedding light on mechanisms of electrochemical energy storage

UV-visible spectroscopy gives researchers a tool to study battery materials - a breakthrough that could speed the design of higher performing energy storage devices


Understanding why certain materials work better than others when it comes to energy storage is a crucial step for developing the batteries that will power electronic devices, electric vehicles and renewable energy grids. Researchers at Drexel University have developed a new technique that can ...


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Rapid spectroscopic process analysis

Empowers development and control of flexible production processes


Global competition in the chemical industry, with increasingly dynamic markets and product cycles, requires shorter process development times and flexible and efficient production processes. By combining micro chemical engineering and spectroscopic process analysis in different spectral ranges, ...


Thermo Fisher Scientific Develops Method to Detect Dangerous Carbonyl Compounds

New Method Uses Thermo Scientific UHPLC/UV Technology for Trace-Level Analysis


Thermo Fisher Scientific Inc. announced that it has developed a powerful method for the trace-level analysis of carbonyl compounds in a wide range of matrices. Carbonyl compounds, hazardous pollutants released from diverse sources including motor vehicles and industrial emissions, have been shown ...


Thermo Fisher Scientific Strengthens Presence in India with Acquisition of Chemito Technologies


Thermo Fisher Scientific Inc. announced it has acquired the Analytical Technologies and Environment Instrumentation divisions of Chemito Technologies Pvt. Ltd. Headquartered in Mumbai, India, Chemito is the country's largest local supplier of analytical instruments for life sciences and ...


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