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Juscelino Leao (Fed)


Liquid Piston Based on Molecular Springs for Energy Storage Applications

Mehdi Hashemi-Tilehnoee, Nikolay Tsirin, Victor Stoudenets, Yuriy Bushuev, Miroslaw Chorazewski, Mian Li, Dan Li, Juscelino Leao, Markus Bleuel, Pawel Zajdel, Elena Palomo Del Barrio, Yaroslav Grosu
Liquid piston is a method for pressure transmission used in a wide range of technologies. Currently, liquid piston is a passive element solely used to apply

Turning Molecular Springs into Nano-Shock Absorbers: The Effect of Macroscopic Morphology and Crystal Size on the Dynamic Hysteresis of Water Intrusion-Extrusion into-from Hydrophobic Nanopores

Pawel Zajdel, David Madden, Robin Babu, Diego Mirani, Nikolay Tsyrin, Luis Bartolome, Eder Amayuelas, David Fairen-Jimenez, Alexander Lowe, Miroslaw Chorazewski, Juscelino Leao, Craig Brown, Markus Bleuel, Victor Stoudenets, Maria Echeverria, Francisco Bonilla, Giulia Grancini, Simone Meloni, Yaroslav Grosu
Controlling the pressure at which liquids intrude (wet) and extrude (dry) into/from nanopore is of paramount importance for a broad range of applications, such
Created October 9, 2019, Updated December 8, 2022