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  • Pfromm, Peter H.
    About 40% of our food would not exist without synthetic ammonia (NH3) for fertilization. Yet, NH3 production is energy intensive. About 2% of the world's commercial energy is consumed as fossil fuels for NH3 synthesis based ...
  • Huber, S. P.; Gullikson, E.; Frye, Clint D.; Edgar, James H.; van de Kruijs, R. W. E.; Bijkerk, F.; Prendergast, D.
    The icosahedral boride B12P2 has been reported to exhibit “self-healing” properties, after transmission electron microscopy recordings of sample surfaces, which were exposed to highly energetic particle beams, revealed ...
  • Huber, S. P.; Medvedev, V. V.; Gullikson, E.; Padavala, Balabalaji; Edgar, James H.; van de Kruijs, R. W. E.; Bijkerk, F.; Prendergast, D.
    We employ X-ray absorption near-edge spectroscopy at the boron K-edge and the phosphorus L2,3-edge to study the structural properties of cubic boron phosphide (c-BP) samples. The X-ray absorption spectra are modeled from ...
  • Huber, S. P.; Gullikson, E.; Meyer-Ilse, J.; Frye, Clint D.; Edgar, James H.; van de Kruijs, R. W. E.; Bijkerk, F.; Prendergast, D.
    Recent theoretical work has shown for the first time how the experimentally observed property of “self-healing” of the superhard semiconductor boron subphosphide (B12P2) arises through a process of mediated defect ...
  • Humpert, D.; Ebrahimi, M.; Czermak, Peter
    Utilization of renewable resources is becoming increasingly important, and only sustainable processes that convert such resources into useful products can achieve environmentally beneficial economic growth. Wastewater from ...

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