Chemistry and Nanotechnology(25)

  • Smart Energy Storage Devices with Visual Charge Monitoring (No. T4-2316)

    The growing demand for energy devices that store and deliver power and offer additional functionalities, like instant performance monitoring, is evident. ... Read more
    Full Professor Milko E. Van der Boom

    Milko E. Van der Boom

    Faculty of Chemistry

  • Sustainable Utilization of Ethane (No. T4-2279)

    Aerobic oxidation is a chemical reaction in which hydrocarbons such as alkanes or alkenes are oxidized using oxygen as the oxidizing agent. ... Read more
    Extension Service Ronny Neumann

    Ronny Neumann

    Faculty of Chemistry

  • Stirring-Free Scalable Electrosynthesis Enabled by Alternating Current (No. T4-2268)

    Electrochemical transformations are unfavorable while using conventional direct current (DC) electrosynthesis. The main reason is the interelectrode mass transfer, which serves as a major limiting factor for the overall efficiency and the process’s selectivity. ... Read more
    Prof Sergey Semenov

    Sergey Semenov

    Faculty of Chemistry

  • Transparent Electrodes Based on Carbon Nanotubes (No. T4-2235)

    The electrical, optical, and mechanical qualities of transparent conductive electrodes (TCEs) make them ideal for electro-optic applications. However, existing TCEs are costly, inflexible, and their performance is inadequate. ... Read more
    Full Professor Boris Rybtchinski

    Boris Rybtchinski

    Faculty of Chemistry

  • Catalytic Synthesis of Salbutamol Intermediate (No. T4-2226)

    Salbutamol, also known as Ventolin, is a generic drug used for asthma treatments. It is one of the most common medications in the world as millions are using it daily. The mass production of Salbutamol usually consumes expensive reagents and generates a large amount of chemical waste. ... Read more
    Extension Service David Milstein

    David Milstein

    Faculty of Chemistry

  • Electrospining of Epoxy Fibers for Filters and Composites (No. T4-2224)

    Electrospinning is a common technique for producing ultrafine polymer fibers (of a few microns). However, it is almost exclusively used for thermoplastic polymers. ... Read more
    Prof Daniel Wagner

    Daniel Wagner

    Faculty of Chemistry

  • Radiation Curing Enhancement by Semiconducting Nanoparticles (No. T4-2215)

    The curing of polymers by UV light is of great technological importance in, for example, dentistry, advanced manufacturing (3D printing), and various applications such as manufacturing of optical media, biotechnology, and more. ... Read more
    Emeritus Tenne Reshef

    Tenne Reshef

    Faculty of Chemistry

  • Green Synthesis of Biocompatible Porous Nanostructured Silica-Composite (No. T4-2201)

    Nanostructured silica is a promising material with remarkable properties, such as high porosity, biocompatibility, and stability. ... Read more
    Prof Assaf Gal

    Assaf Gal

    Faculty of Biochemistry

  • Zirconium Doped Ceria Electroceramic with a High Electrostriction Coefficient (No. T4-2180)

    Electrostrictive materials can generate large movement under voltage, making them attractive for numerous applications. ... Read more
    Full Professor Igor Lubomirsky

    Igor Lubomirsky

    Faculty of Chemistry

  • Biodegradable "Fiberglass" for Packing Industry (No. T4-2137)

    Conventional plastics are materials with attractive properties but with low recyclability. They also persist in the environment. Furthermore, the plastic waste decomposes into microplastic, which pollutes the soil, the sea, and the air. Therefore new regulations restrict its use. ... Read more
    Full Professor Boris Rybtchinski

    Boris Rybtchinski

    Faculty of Chemistry



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