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Experimental and theoretical approaches
We use both experiments and theory to study nitric oxide complexes. On the experimental side, we introduce a mixture of nitric oxide with other gases, such as krypton, carbon monoxide, water and benzene, into a high vacuum ...
What does the future hold for microwave? "Microwave effect"
Although we use microwave heating for chemical processes worth millions of dollars, the mechanism of the microwave heating is not very well understood. Progress in measuring local temperatures in microwave-heated transformations ...
Possible health effects of magnetic fields
There is a major public concern about possible detrimental health effects of weak magnetic fields. Our research will provide the first systematic and detailed study of magnetic properties of important radical-containing ...
What does the future hold for microwave? Medicine
There are certain limitations and problems with using microwave radiation for diagnostic and therapeutic purposes, such as the spatial resolution, the penetration depth, the ability to focus the radiation, and the ...
Setting the problem
Nitric oxide is a free radical, because it has one unpaired electron. This creates weak, short-lived complexes with a variety of species, which makes experimental investigations hard. Theoretical investigations are also ...
Nitric Oxide (NO)
Nitric oxide plays a significant role in atmospheric phenomena and pollution. It helps to create ozone in the lower atmosphere where it is not needed, and again unfortunately helps to remove ozone from the higher levels ...