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Shear suppression of crystal nucleation in a low molar mass compound/polymer solution

Mitchell, G., Wangsoub, S., Davis, F. and Olley, R. (2017) Shear suppression of crystal nucleation in a low molar mass compound/polymer solution. SciFed Materials Research Letters, 1 (1). 1000006.

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The move towards a de-carbonized world, driven partly by climate science and partly by the business opportunities it offers, will need the promotion of environmentally friendly alternatives, if an acceptable stabilization level of atmospheric carbon dioxide is to be achieved. This requires the harnessing and use of natural resources that produce no air pollution or greenhouse gases and provides comfortable coexistence of human, livestock, and plants. This article presents a comprehensive review of energy sources, and the development of sustainable technologies to explore these energy sources. It also includes potential renewable energy technologies, efficient energy systems, energy savings techniques and other mitigation measures necessary to reduce climate changes. This article presents a comprehensive review of energy sources, the development of sustainable technologies to explore these energy sources. It also includes potential renewable energy technologies, energy efficiency systems, energy savings techniques and other mitigation measures necessary to reduce climate change. The article concludes with the technical status of the GSHP technologies.

Item Type:Article
Refereed:Yes
Divisions:Faculty of Life Sciences > School of Chemistry, Food and Pharmacy > Department of Chemistry
ID Code:73425
Publisher:Scientific Federation

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