JoVE Physical Sciences Newsletter | May 2019

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Isolating Free Carbenes

Isolating Free Carbenes

Dominik Munz and colleagues, at the University of Erlangen-Nuremberg, present a protocol for the isolation of stable heterocyclic carbenes.

Silk-Based Micro-Stirrers

Silk-Based Micro-Stirrers

Xiubo Zhao, at the University of Sheffield, and colleagues demonstrate fabrication of environmentally friendly, self-motile micro-stirrers using reactive inkjet printing.

Visualizing Antiferromagnetic Domains

Visualizing Antiferromagnetic Domains

Pegor Aynajian, at Binghamton University, and colleagues describe how to manipulate the antiferromagnetic domain structure of Fe1+yTe, using spin-polarized scanning tunneling microscopy.

Sampling of a Water/Catalyst Interface

Sampling of a Water/Catalyst Interface

Rachel B. Getman, at Clemson University, and colleagues present how to generate configurations of liquid water molecules around a metal catalyst surface using force field molecular dynamics simulations.

Building PARbars

Building PARbars

William T. Salter, at the University of Sydney, and colleagues demonstrate how to build and calibrate ceptometers to continuously measure light transmission through plant canopies.

Carrier Lifetime Measurement

Carrier Lifetime Measurement

Dr. Masashi Kato, at Nagoya Institute of Technology, and colleagues describe the microwave photoconductivity decay method for measuring carrier lifetime in semiconductors.

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New Frontiers for the Production of Bioactive Ingredients by Plant In Vitro Technologies

New Frontiers for the Production of Bioactive Ingredients by Plant In Vitro Technologies

Multi-Modal Analytics in Energy Storage

Multi-Modal Analytics in Energy Storage

Chemical Engineering

Chemical Engineering

This collection explains fundamental concepts in chemical engineering using an experimental approach, presenting the necessary operating procedures of various apparatuses, such as the tray dryer and the viscometer.

Mechanical Engineering

Mechanical Engineering

This collection covers a range of concepts essential for understanding and designing mechanical systems through video lessons on specific topics that describe fundamental analytical methods commonly employed to understand physical behaviors.

Organic Chemistry

Organic Chemistry

This collection features techniques routinely used in the organic chemistry lab, focusing on regulating temperature and atmosphere during chemical reactions and post-reaction refinement.

Physics II

Physics II

This collection explores topics, including electrostatics, magnetism, optics, wave-based oscillations, and electrical circuits, that explain the underlying principles of physical phenomena.

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