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Edelweiss Chemical Science Journal (ISSN 2641-7383)

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Volume 3 Issue 1

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A new class of lithium-ion conducting Solid Polymer Electrolytes (SPEs) has been derived from oligomeric Polyethylene Oxide (PEO)-grafted Cross-linked Polystyrene (XPS) microspheres containing one or two lithium sulfonamide moieties. The SPE containing Li:O mole ratio of 1:8 displayed excellent ionic conductivity (in excess of 10-4S/cm at 25ºC

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Volume 3 Issue 1

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One of the most probable and frequent reasons for a chemical experiment fire accident may be dangerous heating as well as the reagent itself (e.g. volatility and ignition) during a chemical reaction. Some reaction methods without heating (such as long-time stirring at room temperature) and using advanced tools (such as a microfluidic device), w

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Volume 3 Issue 1

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Artificial activation of the strong interaction by adding of one neutron to the nucleus causes the global reconstruction of the macroscopic characteristics of solids. The experimental evidence of macroscopic manifestation of the strong interaction in optical spectra of solids which are different by term of one neutron from each other (using LiD

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Volume 3 Issue 1

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With the progress of lighting equipment (home appliances such as incandescent light bulbs, fluorescent lamps, LEDs), the reasons for fire accidents caused has changed. These are all light sources used in daily life, but are there any significant differences in terms of light characteristics? As a model system, photochemical experiments of dyes

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Volume 3 Issue 1

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Modeling of electromagnetic radiation interaction with electromagnetic shields is an important problem that is solved during their development. By solving this problem, as a rule, it is possible to reduce the time and financial costs necessary to obtain electromagnetic shields, characterized by the required electromagnetic radiation attenuation

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