Carbon Dioxide from Wetland Peat
Scientists find a link between a chemical present in some wetland peat soil and the amount of CO2 production, information that can improve climate models and impacts to wetland ecosystems.
Vibronic Coupling in Molecular Magnet
Using far-infared magnetospectroscopy in high magnetic fields, scientists probed coupled modes in a molecular magnet that are of interest in future classical and quantum information applications.
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Vibronic Coupling in a Molecular Magnet
16 May 2022
Using far-infared magnetospectroscopy in high magnetic fields, scientists probed coupled electronic and vibrational modes in a molecular magnet that are of interest in future classical and quantum information applications.
Atmospheric Carbon Dioxide from Peat Wetland Ecosystems
16 May 2022
Understanding the organic composition of peat wetland soils can determine whether the carbon sources may be converted into carbon dioxide gas, work that could improve existing climate models and better predict the impact of increasing carbon dioxide to wetland ecosystems.
Addressing Supply Chain Challenges for Advanced Superconductors
19 April 2022
The start of a sustainable business model for manufacturing advanced superconductors was established by a panel of industry leaders, university faculty, national lab leaders, and science facility project heads, including representatives from the MagLab.
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