In this study, we propose an approach that achieves spatial control of the melt-front location of pure phase change materials using pressure-enhanced close contact melting, enhancing thermal management and storage to support a rapidly-electrifying energy infrastructure.
Structural homogeneity of polyamide barrer layer can maximize the water permeability without compromising the solute rejection of thin-film composite membranes by minimizing the mass fluctuation, greatly surpassing the permeability-selectivity tradeoff.
We show a different approach to spectral sensing which dramatically simplifies the requirements on the hardware and does not require spectral reconstruction. Our results open the way to spectral sensors with minimal size, cost and complexity for industrial and consumer applications.
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