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  1. Axion monodromy inflation, trapping mechanisms and the swampland 

    Jin W.; Brandenberger R.; Heisenberg L. (2021)
    The European Physical Journal C
    © 2021, The Author(s). We study the effects of particle production on the evolution of the inflaton field in an axion monodromy model with the goal of discovering in which situations the resulting dynamics will be consistent with the swampland constraints. In the presence of a modulated potential the evolving background field (solution of the inflaton homogeneous in space) induces the production of long wavelength inflaton fluctuation ...
    Journal Article
  2. Supramolecular engineering of hydrogels for drug delivery 

    Bernhard S.; Tibbitt M.W. (2021)
    Advanced drug delivery reviews
    © 2021 The Authors Supramolecular binding motifs are increasingly employed in the design of biomaterials. The ability to rationally engineer specific yet reversible associations into polymer networks with supramolecular chemistry enables injectable or sprayable hydrogels that can be applied via minimally invasive administration. In this review, we highlight two main areas where supramolecular binding motifs are being used in the design ...
    Review Article
  3. Noble gas tracers in gas streams at Norwegian CO<inf>2</inf> capture plants 

    Weber U.W.; Kipfer R.; Horstmann E.; et al. (2021)
    International Journal of Greenhouse Gas Control
    © 2020 The Author(s) Carbon capture and storage (CCS) may play a significant role in reducing greenhouse gas emissions. Noble gases are potential tracers to monitor subsurface CO2 storage sites and verify their containment. Naturally occurring noble gases have been used successfully to refute alleged CO2 leakage in the past. We present results from several sampling campaigns at two Norwegian CO2 capture facilities, the demonstration plant ...
    Journal Article
  4. SiPM-matrix readout of two-phase argon detectors using electroluminescence in the visible and near infrared range 

    Aalseth C.E.; Abdelhakim S.; Agnes P.; et al. (2021)
    The European Physical Journal C
    © 2021, The Author(s). Proportional electroluminescence (EL) in noble gases is used in two-phase detectors for dark matter searches to record (in the gas phase) the ionization signal induced by particle scattering in the liquid phase. The “standard” EL mechanism is considered to be due to noble gas excimer emission in the vacuum ultraviolet (VUV). In addition, there are two alternative mechanisms, producing light in the visible and near ...
    Journal Article
  5. Phosphorus burial in vivianite-type minerals in methane-rich coastal sediments 

    Kubeneck L.J.; Lenstra W.K.; Malkin S.Y.; et al. (2021)
    Marine Chemistry
    © 2021 The Authors Sediments are a key sink for phosphorus (P) in coastal systems. This allows coastal areas to act as a filter for P that is transported from land to sea. Recent work suggests that vivianite-type ferrous iron (Fe(II))-P minerals may be more important as a sink for P in coastal sediments than previously thought. Here, we investigate the occurrence of such vivianite-type minerals in sediments of three eutrophic coastal sites ...
    Journal Article

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