|Broadband NMR Micro-detectors Push NMR Boundaries|
Scientists of the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT) developed an NMR micro-detector capable of detecting 7 different nuclei. The detector being realized employing MEMS techniques exhibits a sensitive bandwidth of >375 MHz (Photo: Markus Breig, KIT).
|Large Signals from sub-µl Samples for Palm-Sized Magnets|
Nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) spectroscopy of minute sample volumes inside low-field portable, permanent magnets is made possible by a new MEMS based probe head developed by the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT). The probe induces large non-equilibrium spin polarisation, dramatically boosting the signal-to-noise-ratio of the NMR measurement (CAD-Drawing: S. Kiss, KIT).
|Perovskite Layers Precisely Examined|
Efficient materials for solar cells of the future - New model for determining photoluminescence quantum yields
|Efficient Power Generation from Waste Heat|
Researchers at KIT and Tohoku University (Japan) succeeded in significantly enhancing the electrical power of thermomagnetic generators with respect to footprint. This research is the front topic of the December 2020 Issue of the Energy Journal ‘Joule’.
Original Publication: Joel Joseph, Makoto Ohtsuka, Hiroyuki Miki, and Manfred Kohl: Upscaling of Thermomagnetic Generators Based on Heusler Alloy Films. Joule, 2020.