In the Journal of the American Chemical Society, Stylianou et al have reported on the investigation of the structural transformation of a Zn-based flexible
IGA study chosen for cover art in Advanced Functional Materials!
We are delighted to see yet more high quality research being published in top-tier journals featuring Hiden Isochema instruments.
Recently published in the journal Advanced Functional Materials (impact factor 9.765) is a paper entitled “Superior mass transfer properties of technical bodies with hierarchical porosity” from Professor Javier Pérez-Ramírez and co-workers of the institute for Chemical and Bioengineering, ETH Zürich. We’ve covered the article in a previous blog item but our reason for mentioning it again is that it featured on the inside cover of the January 15th edition of the journal (Vol.24, No.2), which is a special issue on porous materials.
The article and the cover art can be viewed on the Wiley website.
The characterization and adsorption measurements were performed using an IGA-002 purchased by the institute in 2010. Founded in 1855, ETH Zürich has a reputation as one of the leading international universities for technology and natural sciences. It regularly appears at the top of the international rankings as one of the best universities in the world (14th in the Times Higher Education (THE) World University Rankings for 2013/2014). So far, 21 Nobel Prizes have been awarded to researchers who have or had a connection to ETH Zürich.