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Release date- 12122013 - A unique X-ray machine - the world's first high performance tool dedicated to the study of liquid surfaces - will take pride of place at the opening of a new research facility at The University of
Eminent German physicist and chemist Professor Dr
At centre stage is the University's new Liquid Phase Photoelectron Spectroscopy (LiPPS) machine which is the first ever tool to allow researchers to take atomistic measurements of the surface of liquids. The research capabilities of LiPPS are ground-breaking and wide-ranging in a variety of high-value industrial sectors like semi-conductors, pharmaceuticals, aerospace and automotives.
The suite has been set up as part of a
Director of the NNNC, Professor
The university's Professor
'As far as the experimental work goes we will start at the beginning with some calibrations and groundwork which other researchers can use worldwide, after that our remit is very broad but there is a strong sense that developments that can help secure energy production and storage as well as reducing energy usage in industrial processes (particularly through green chemistry innovations) and reducing and recovering pollutants from these will be our driving factors. For example we want to examine the absorption and release of gases and heavy metals from liquid surfaces which have potential to scrub power station flue gases.
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