Universitat de València posted this:Micromechanical dry exfoliation deviceThe main advantages provided by the invention are: Versatility: the method is applicable to any layered material and on any type of substrate. Simplicity: the method consists in a dry exfoliation without adhesive materials. Quality and reproducibility: the exfoliation is clean (no trace of adhesive), reproducible and it does not produce defects in the substrate. Efficiency: it is possible to deposit a high density of atomically thin layers of the material. Control: it is possible to control the pressure exerted, allowing for a fine-tuning of the deposition conditions depending on the nature of the layered material manipulated.
Universitat de València posted this:HyLED optospintronics devicesThe most innovative aspect of this innovation is that provides new optospintronic devices with low emission threshold voltages. Also, the new devices have the following advantages: Efficiency: light emission threshold voltages from 2 V. Stability: use of air-stable electrodes, with high work function. Spin valve properties (magnetoresistance): control of electrical properties by means of magnetic fields, for example light intensity and colour. Low cost: manufacture with commercial and readily available materials, using soluble deposition methods, much cheaper, and viable on a large scale, that evaporative deposition methods.
Universitat de València posted this:Nanocomposites for electrochemical supercapacitorsThe new materials have the following advantages over existing materials in supercapacitor’s sector: Supercapacitive properties: they have specific capacitance values much higher than those obtained by commercial nanostructured carbon electrodes. Low cost: obtained by a chemical process of a single stage, with a single precursor, at low temperature, and highly available, non-polluting and low cost materials. Good cyclability: testing in cyclability is promising in terms of electrochemical and mechanical stability. In parallel to its advantages as supercapacitors, the nanocomposites show the advantages associated with the following additional properties: Giant magnetoresistance, GMR: this property is observed at room temperature, and high magnetic fields are not needed. Source of carbon nanoforms: based on the nanocomposite, can be obtained a mixture of carbon nanoforms consisting of nano-onions and multi-walled nanotubes.
Universitat de València posted this:New method for the synthesis of inert metallic nanoparticlesThe most remarkable advantages provided by this technology are: • Rapidity of the metallic nanoparticle synthetic method, as it consists of only one step. • Efficiency, since size, shape and concentration of nanoparticles are controlled, as well as, their production in organic or inorganic soluble solution. • Reduced production costs, as high temperatures are required by other alternative laser ablation methods.
Universitat de València posted this:Magnetic In-Tube Solid Phase MicroextractionThe device has the following advantages over existing equipment: Allows quantitative extraction efficiency, solving one of the main drawbacks of IT-SPME systems Broadens applicability of IT-SPME thus making available its advantages (automation, precision) to specific analyses that require high sensitivity of analytes estimation.
Universitat de València posted this:Passive sensor for in situ detection of amines in atmospheres Simplicity and ease of use: it is a passive colorimetric sensor that does not require any kind of pretreatment or power supply or external instrument. Low cost: simple fabrication process without high costs Low detection limits: suitable for use in real atmospheres, of the order of 3 mg/m3. Quantitative detection: direct quantitative detection can be carried out by diffuse reflectance of the sensors. Stability: against a wide range of temperatures and to humidity and solar radiation. Reversion resistance.
Universidad de Alicante posted this:Novel procedure for polymeric foams with various applications from waste plastics.The research group "Processing and Pyrolysis of Polymers", Department of Chemical Engineering at the University of Alicante has developed an innovative process that allows recycling of different types of plastics (EVA, polyethylene, polypropylene, polyurethane, polymer melt, foam, rubber or any combination thereof) to transform in a simple and economical ways products with applications in various industrial sectors. The group is looking for companies interested in acquiring the technology for commercial exploitation. Innovative aspects The inclusion of waste plastic (EVA, polyethylene, polyurethane, polypropylene, polymer melt, foam, rubber, etc. Or any combination thereof) in the composition, permits its recycling in a simple and cheap, and that current procedures are difficult and very expensive. Together with a chemical foaming and dispersion of ferrites in the composition, applies the energy necessary for the cohesion of the materials by microwave. Ferrites dispersed in the mixture capture and transmit microwaves heat required for foaming in every part of the obtained mass. With this new procedure, getting pieces of great uniformity, stability and thickness that determines the user (up to 25 cm. in diameter) at a low cost and quick way.
Universidad de Alicante posted this:New method for evaluating the durability of concrete by using conductive gelsThe main system innovation is the use of ion conductive gels as reservoirs of chlorides in migration assays. Until now the techniques had to start with the full saturation of the specimen and keeping it in contact with a chloride ions solution during diffusion or migration tests. This guaranteed the absence of other transport mechanisms (such as capillary absorption) and avoided surface moisture changes. This new method is simple to implement and allows the elimination of these requirements. Another innovative feature is that the system allows greater measuring accuracy of the advancing chloride front, because this advance occurs more homogeneously than in conventional tests in contact with liquid solutions.
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CREB-UPC posted this:Tantalum foams for orthopaedic applications- Easy manufacture. - High degree of porosity (60-80%), high interconnectivity between pores and with a pore diameter greater than 100 µm allowing vascular invasion and bone inward. - With a specially roughened surface topography. - The Young’s modulus (0.5-2%GPa) is very close to that of subchondral bone, enhancing the mechanical biocompatibility. - High surface roughness in conjunction with a low elastic modulus cause fric-tion between the outer surface of the foam and the surrounding bone. It is ap-proximately 1.5 times greater than the friction produced by conventional mesh systems or with titanium or cobalt-chromium spherules, achieving an excel-lent primary stability of the implant.
Universidad de Alicante posted this:Weighted suit to enhance muscle developmentThe research group has developed a weighted suit that enhances muscle development. It is very simple: it improves ergonomics, avoids rubbing, it is easy to use (the suit can be worn throughout the day) and is designed to avoid injuries and pathologies and increase training time. The suit has weighted segments arranged proportionally over all the different parts of the user’s body (the exact arrangement is determined by personalised anthropometric studies). The group is seeking companies interested in acquiring and using the technology. Innovative features: The suit is fitted with weighted segments arranged proportionally over the different parts of the user’s body, leaving the head, hands, feet and main joints free. Each segment is allocated a greater or lesser load according to the user’s needs and the activity to be carried out. The arrangement of the weights is determined by personalised anthropometric studies using the Marfell-Jones methodology. The suit is ergonomic and avoids rubbing, is easy to use (it allows muscle development while the user is not training, thus saving time) and, most importantly, does not cause injuries or pathologies.
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Yissum - Research Development Company of the Hebrew University posted this:Method for the Bottom-up Synthesis of Nanocarbons Using Linear and Cyclic OligofuransMethod for the Bottom-up Synthesis of Nanocarbons Using Linear and Cyclic Oligofurans Project ID : 31-2017-4443
Yissum - Research Development Company of the Hebrew University posted this:Novel Process for Purification of Water from Organic and Biological MaterialsReceived Kamin March 2016 BUT THE PATENT ATTACHED TO THIS PROJECT PRE-DATES THE KAMIN Partially covered by ACT's license (CHECK FIELD WITH TAMI BEFORE LICENSING). Project ID : 31-2015-4259
Yissum - Research Development Company of the Hebrew University posted this:Furan-Based Compounds for Organic Electronic MaterialsThis project discloses a synthetic method and the composition of a 2nd generation family of furan-based materials that have shown excellent electronic properties - relevant for printed electronics, flexible electronics etc. Project ID : 9-2018-4568
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