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  • Carbon Nanotubes - Polymer Composites for Improved Mechanical and Electrical Properties (No. T4-1953)

    The superior mechanical and electrical properties of carbon nanotubes (CNTs) are uniquely advantageous for enhancing polymer composites' mechanical and electrical properties. However, CNTs usually heavily bundle. ... Read more
    Full Professor Boris Rybtchinski

    Boris Rybtchinski

    Faculty of Chemistry

  • Continuous Biooptical Monitoring of Microalgae Crops (No. T4-1908)

    Current microalgae farming methods are challenged by biotic and abiotic stresses, which often induce irreversible damage, including sudden batch collapse. Available stress monitoring techniques suffer from low-resolution, high costs, and intermittence. ... Read more
    Prof Ilan Koren

    Ilan Koren

    Faculty of Chemistry

    Prof Assaf Vardi

    Assaf Vardi

    Faculty of Biochemistry

    Full Professor Yinon Rudich

    Yinon Rudich

    Faculty of Chemistry

  • Homogeneous Dispersion of CNT Composites for Improved Conductivity, Bucky Papers (No. T4-1809)

    Battery and capacitor electrode technologies available in the industry today, are struggling to keep up with rapidly advancing applications that require high power and energy density such as electric vehicles, solar cells and telecommunications systems. ... Read more
    Full Professor Boris Rybtchinski

    Boris Rybtchinski

    Faculty of Chemistry

  • Recycling of Precious Metals via an Efficient Process with no Toxic Byproduct (No. T4-1670)

    Platinum group metals (PGM) are well-known precious metals that play an important role in many industrial applications as catalysts. Current methods for their recycling are not efficient, require extreme conditions, and involve toxic reagents or byproducts. Prof. ... Read more
    Full Professor Igor Lubomirsky

    Igor Lubomirsky

    Faculty of Chemistry

  • Green Catalytic Formation of Alcohols, Amines, Amides, Imines and Esters under Mild Conditions (No. T4-1551)

    In recent years, complexes based on cooperating ligands have exhibited remarkable catalytic activity. These ligands can cooperate with the metal center by undergoing reversible structural changes in the processes of substrate activation and product formation. ... Read more
    Extension Service David Milstein

    David Milstein

    Faculty of Chemistry

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