Animations of Resorcinarene Simulations: Animations of Molecular Dynamics Simulations of Resorcinarenes showing the Vase to Kite switching and Solvent Molecule Effects.David F. Hahn
A key feature of resorcinarene cavitands is their ability to switch between a close/contracted (Vase) and an open/expanded (Kite) conformation. In the present movies, the Vase-Kite transitions of a quinoxaline- and a dinitrobenzene-based resorcinarene are visualized from simulations using explicit-solvent molecular dynamics (MD) in three solvent environments (vacuum, chloroform and toluene) and at three temperatures (198.15, 243.15 and 298.15 K). A first set of five movies from unbiased MD simulations show a complete Vase-to-Kite transition....
During a field campaign at Rhonegletscher in summer 2018 we drilled several holes through 190 m ice to the glacier bed. We deployed a borehole camera approximately 15 cm above the glacier bed in different boreholes for a timespan of 20 days in total. The presented dataset contains two time lapse videos of the borehole camera that shows the basal till dynamics on a time scale of hours. Additionally, one video shows how we actively...
In situ Observations of Phase Separation and its Influence on Solid State Dewetting of CuAg Thin Films (Video Appendix)Philipp Okle
Various in-situ experiments in electron microscopes were performed to study solid state dewetting in immiscible CuAg thin films. This container contains the video files described in the thesis.
The Multi-Scale Energy Systems for Low-Carbon Cities (MUSES) project says goodbye after 4 years of cutting-edge research on the topic of energy and low-carbon cities. This is the compilation of the Webinar showcasing our project findings on Thursday the 26th of March of 2020 at 3:30 pm (Singapore local time). More information about the program and speakers is in here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/grand-finale-multi-scale-energy-systems-for-low-carbon-cities-at-fcl-tickets-98970626809