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How fast a single nanopore acquires its charge
Modern technologies such as smartphones, electric vehicles and various battery-powered devices increasingly require high density electric-energy storage units for improved operation. Supercapacitors are an emergent class of high-power storage devices which consist of porous electrodes that can
The moving lines of electron spectra: emergence or artifact?
As known, positions and specific shapes of spectral lines characterize a nature and properties of chemical elements and their compounds. But what is meaning a changeable position of any spectral line? When some lines displace continuously within
Electrostatic charging of pharmaceuticals – a multifaceted phenomenon
Pharmaceutical solids are usually insulators and thus they are likely to carry an electrostatic charge during powder handling processes. Tribocharging is a popular phenomenon in pharmaceutical solids that arises from particle – particle and particle – wall