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Improved Thin Film
Background Thin film deposition of metal oxide materials from aqueous solution is challenged by the solubility and gelling behavior of precursors. For example, some metal cations are poorly soluble at neutral pH, but added acid or base is detrimental to substrate stability and film adherence. In addition, soluble salts of metal cations tend to crystallize...
Published: 11/28/2022   |   Inventor(s): May Nyman, Dylan Sures, Nicolas Martin, Tasnim Rahman
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Category(s): Chemistry, Chemical, Materials Science, Engineering
Use of ultraviolet and aluminum nanoclusters to form water repellents for textiles
University of Oregon Researchers: Darren Johnson, Jordan Levine, Alex Rosen, Tawney Knecht Patent Applications: 63/190,571 filed 5/19/2021; 17/749,055 filed 5/19/2022 (UO-21-031) Method for Producing a Water-Repellant Textile. Technology Background: Traditional durable, water-repellent (DWR) coatings for textiles commonly use per- and poly-fluorinated...
Published: 6/10/2022   |   Inventor(s): Jordan Levine, Alex Rosen, Darren Johnson, Tawney Knecht
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Category(s): Chemistry, Engineering, Materials Science, Physical Science, Nanoscience & Microtechnologies, Sustainability & Cleantechnologies
Deterministic Quantum Emitter Formation in Hexagonal Boron Nitride via Controlled Edge Creation
­ Technology Background: Sources of single photons are a key component of many emerging quantum information technologies such as quantum computation, communication, and sensing. However, the more commonly used quantum emitters (QEs), such as cold atoms and spontaneous parametric down-conversion sources, require complex setups that limit their...
Published: 6/10/2022   |   Inventor(s): Benjamin Aleman
Keywords(s): Science
Category(s): Chemistry, Engineering, Imaging, Materials Science, Nanoscience & Microtechnologies, Communications, Physical Science
Bipolar Membrane Catalysis
University of Oregon Researchers are Producing Hydrogen via Membrane Water Electrolysis Using Earth Abundant Catalysts for Alkaline Exchange Membrane Electrolysis Catalyzing heterolytic water dissociation (WD), H2O→H++OH−, is practically important for accelerating electrocatalytic reactions that consume water and for fabricating bipolar-membrane...
Published: 5/4/2022   |   Inventor(s): Shannon Boettcher, Sebastian Oener, Marc Foster
Keywords(s): Science
Category(s): Chemistry, Engineering, Materials Science, Nanoscience & Microtechnologies, Physical Science, Sustainability & Cleantechnologies
High Voltage Redox Electrolytes for Enhanced Electrochemical Capacitor Performance and Reduced Self-Discharge
Researchers have created a hybrid device that combines the advantages of both batteries and supercapacitors. Background Supercapacitors and batteries are the two leading forms of electrochemical energy storage. Both have unique advantages and can be applied to various applications. Supercapacitors can be charged quickly resulting in very high...
Published: 5/4/2022   |   Inventor(s): Shannon Boettcher, Galen Stucky, Brian Evanko, Nicholas Parker, David Vonlanthen, David Auston, Sang-Eun Chun, Xiulei Ji, Bao Wang, Xingfeng Wang, Raghu Subash Chandrabose
Keywords(s): Advanced Materials, Chemical, Electrochemistry, Inorganic, Materials Science
Category(s): Chemistry, Engineering, Materials Science, Nanoscience & Microtechnologies, Physical Science, Sustainability & Cleantechnologies
High Performance Doped III-V Films and Devices from Powders Using Vapor Transport
University of Oregon researchers are manufacturing GaAs in an improved method for photovoltaic devices The high balance-of-system costs of photovoltaic (PV) installations indicate that reductions in cell costs per watt alone are likely insufficient for PV electricity to reach grid parity unless energy conversion efficiency is also increased. Technologies...
Published: 5/4/2022   |   Inventor(s): Shannon Boettcher, Andrew Ritenour, Jason Boucher, Ann Greenaway
Keywords(s): Chemical, Electrochemistry, Green Chemistry, Inorganic, Materials Science, Nanoscience & Microtechnologies, Thin Films
Category(s): Chemistry, Engineering, Materials Science, Nanoscience & Microtechnologies, Physical Science, Sustainability & Cleantechnologies
Biological H2S / COS Donation by Thiocarbamates
­University of Oregon researchers are studying reactive sulfur species (RSS). Detection, Delivery, and Quantification of Biological H2S Hydrogen sulfide (H2S), commonly known for its unpleasant rotten-egg smell, is now accepted as an important enzymatically-produced biomolecule that plays important roles in living systems. Joining CO and NO in...
Published: 5/2/2022   |   Inventor(s): Michael Pluth, Andrea Steiger, Yu Zhao
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Category(s): Chemistry, Physical Science, Therapeutics
Fluorinated CPPs
HEADLINE: Groundbreaking fluorescent marker technology using nanohoops Description: Biocompatible fluorescent molecules are essential for observing complex biological events in real time. Our groundbreaking fluorescent marker technology gives researchers a new kind of optical tag to use in biotechnology, biomedical sciences and chemical biology research....
Published: 5/2/2022   |   Inventor(s): Ramesh Jasti, Jeff Van Raden, Erik Leonhardt
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Category(s): Chemistry, Imaging, Materials Science, Nanoscience & Microtechnologies, Physical Science
Indenoindenodi(benzothiophene)s (IIDBT)
University of Oregon researchers have developed novel indenofluorene and diindenothiophene molecules ideal for OLED, semiconductor, or solar applications Polyaromatic hydrocarbon compounds, such as pentacene, are a class of compounds that have been explored as conducting organic materials for use in device applications, such as organic light-emitting...
Published: 5/2/2022   |   Inventor(s): Michael Haley, Justin Dressler, Joshua Barker
Keywords(s): Science
Category(s): Chemistry, Engineering, Materials Science, Nanoscience & Microtechnologies, Physical Science
Fluorescent Halogen Bonding Arylethynyl Scaffolds For Anion Recognition
­The synthesis of new molecules designed to bind or sense and report the presence of a particular substrate is an area of chemistry that is attracting attention. There exists a general lack of ligand-specific host molecules, such as specific hosts for toxic ions and small molecules of interest. There also is a dearth of specific hosts that report...
Published: 5/2/2022   |   Inventor(s): Darren Johnson, Michael Haley, Jessica Lohrman
Keywords(s): Science
Category(s): Chemistry, Agricultural, Imaging, Materials Science, Nanoscience & Microtechnologies, Physical Science
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