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  • N2O5 reactive uptake kinetics and chlorine activation on authentic biomass-burning aerosol. [Journal Article]
    Environ Sci Process Impacts 2019; 21(10):1684-1698Goldberger LA, Jahl LG, … Sullivan RC
  • We examined the reactive uptake of dinitrogen pentoxide (N2O5) to authentic biomass-burning aerosol (BBA) using a small chamber reservoir in combination with an entrained aerosol flow tube. BBA was generated from four different fuel types and the reactivity of N2O5 was probed from 30 to 70% relative humidity (RH). The N2O5 reactive uptake coefficient, γ(N2O5), depended upon RH, fuel type, and to …
  • Low-pressure-responsive heat-storage ceramics for automobiles. [Journal Article]
    Sci Rep 2019; 9(1):13203Ohkoshi SI, Tokoro H, … Namai A
  • The accumulated heat energy of a heat-storage material is typically released over time. If a heat-storage material could preserve its accumulated heat energy for a prolonged period, the applicability of such materials would be expanded greatly. Herein we report a newly fabricated heat-storage material that can store latent heat energy for a long period and release the heat energy upon demand by a…
  • One-Volt, Solution-Processed Organic Transistors with Self-Assembled Monolayer-Ta2O5 Gate Dielectrics. [Journal Article]
    Materials (Basel) 2019; 12(16)Mohammadian N, Faraji S, … Majewski LA
  • Low-voltage, solution-processed organic thin-film transistors (OTFTs) have tremendous potential to be key components in low-cost, flexible and large-area electronics. However, for these devices to operate at low voltage, robust and high capacitance gate dielectrics are urgently needed. Herein, the fabrication of OTFTs that operate at 1 V is reported. These devices comprise a solution-processed, s…
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