Iron (Fe), one of the most abundant elements on Earth, can appear in different structural phases associated with contrasting magnetic properties, depending on temperature and pressure. The most common phase is a-Fe, which has a body-centered cubic (bcc) structure and is ferromagnetic. Another iron allotrope, y-Fe, a high temperature phase in bulk, has a face-centered cubic structure (fcc). However, this iron allotrope has been stabilized at ...
4D Protein Structure. University of Antwerp
Photonic colloidal crystals: How do salt types, combined with electric field, change colloidal structure formation? KU Leuven
Towards more efficient solar cells: Understanding the relations between structure and electrical conductivity in suspensions of conductive PEDOT KU Leuven
Photovoltaic (PV) technology is regarded as one of the most renewable and economically viable energy sources to address the grand challenges of the energy issue in the near future. In this perspective, organic photovoltaics (OPV) has become a strongly expanding sector of PV technology in the past two decades, whereby the physical properties of organic semi-conductors are fundamentally different from their inorganic counterparts. Even though ...
Electrodeposited silicon films on nanoporous metals for Li-ion battery anodes: linking nanoscale structure to macroscale performance Hasselt University
Influence of raw materials and processing on the structure of gel-type emulsified meat products KU Leuven
Cooked sausages can be classified as gel-type emulsified meat products. They are produced by finely comminuting a lean meat fraction, fat, ice and additives in order to obtain a raw meat batter. The raw meat batter is stuffed into casings, heated (pasteurized) and cooled to obtain the final meat product. The fat fraction, generally pork back fat, in raw meat batters is macroscopically solid due to the low temperature during processing. As ...
Is Latin (discourse) configurational? Information structure, word order, and the potential for structural ambiguity. Ghent University
The project investigates whether Latin can be considered a (discourse) configurational language, and by this token whether it is possible for a linear string of Latin words to be structurally ambiguous. To this end, a corpus-based experiment is carried out, which tests whether information structure is a statistically better predictor for linear order or for (structural) syntactic position.