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Chemical thermodynamics & chemical properties

News and Updates

Reliable Flow for Chip Makers

Researchers at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) have begun an ambitious project to attack a vexing problem in the semiconductor

Projects and Programs

NCNR DAC and CCUS efforts

Ongoing
Overview Capture of carbon dioxide from the air (direct air capture; DAC) combined with energy efficiency and carbon capture, utilization and storage (CCUS)

Autonomous Materials Science

Ongoing
We use autonomous experimentation (the merger of automated synthesis, characterization, AI-driven decision-making) to elucidate the role of composition

Publications

Reference materials for phase equilibrium studies. 2. Solid–liquid equilibria (IUPAC Technical Report)

Author(s)
Ala Bazyleva, William E. Acree, Vladimir Diky, Glenn T. Hefter, Johan Jacquemin, M. Clara F. Magalhães, Joe W. Magee, Kirk Nordstrom, John O'Connell, James D. Olson, Ilya Polishuk, Kurt A. G. Schmidt, John M. Shaw, J. P. Martin Trusler, Ronald D. Weir
This article is the second of three projected IUPAC Technical Reports on reference materials for phase equilibrium studies. The goal of this project was to

Report Experimental Data Effectively

Author(s)
John O'Connell, Vladimir Diky, Ala Bazyleva
Research, design, and simulation require reliable and accurate data. Use these principles and best practices for reporting experimental results.

Effect of network connectivity on behavior of synthetic Broborg Hillfort glasses

Author(s)
José Marcial, Maria Cicconi, Carolyn Pearce, Jaroslav Kloužek, James Neeway, Richard Pokorny, Miroslava Vernerova, John McCloy, Emily Nienhuis, Rolf Sjoblom, Jamie Weaver, Russell Hand, Pavel Hrma, Albert Kruger
There is wide industrial interest in developing robust models of long-term (>100years) glass durability. Archeological glass analogs, glasses of similar

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Awards