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  1. Understanding Chemical Reactions beyond Transition-State Theory 

    Richardson, Jeremy O. (2018)
    Transition-state theory is one of the most successful theories in chemistry. Not only does it provide a simple formula for computing the rate of a reaction but it defines our understanding of how a chemical reaction occurs – by overcoming an energy barrier. However, the theory is based on classical assumptions and ignores several quantum effects which can be important for certain reactions, particularly those involving hydrogen transfer ...
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  2. Designing Polyolefin Separators to Minimize the Impact of Local Compressive Stresses on Lithium Ion Battery Performance 

    Lagadec, Marie Francine; Zahn, Raphael; Wood, Vanessa (2018)
    Journal of The Electrochemical Society
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  3. Management of Cerebral Aneurysm Descriptors based on an Automatic Ostium Extraction 

    Meuschke M.; Gunther T.; Wickenhofer R.; et al. (2018)
    IEEE Computer Graphics and Applications
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  4. Efficient Parameter Estimation for Information Retrieval Using Black-Box Optimization 

    Costa A.; Di Buccio E.; Melucci M.; et al. (2018)
    IEEE Transactions on Knowledge and Data Engineering
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  5. Does plant diversity affect the water balance of established grassland systems? 

    Leimer, Sophia; Bischoff, Sebastian; Boch, Steffen; et al. (2018)
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  6. An Automated Step-Wise Micro-Compression Device for 3D Dynamic Image-Guided Failure Assessment of Bone Tissue on a Microstructural Level Using Time-Lapsed Tomography 

    Levchuk, Alina; Schneider, Philipp; Meier, Matias; et al. (2018)
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  7. The Proteomic Landscape in the Vitreous of Patients With Age-Related and Diabetic Retinal Disease 

    Schori, Christian; Trachsel, Christian; Grossmann, Jonas; et al. (2018)
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  8. Land use intensity, rather than plant species richness, affects the leaching risk of multiple nutrients from permanent grasslands 

    Klaus, Valentin H.; Kleinebecker, Till; Busch, Verena; et al. (2018)
    Global Change Biology
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  9. Palladium Carbide and Hydride Formation in the Bulk and at the Surface of Palladium Nanoparticles 

    Bugaev, Aram L.; Usoltsev, Oleg A.; Guda, Alexander A.; et al. (2018)
    The Journal of Physical Chemistry C
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  10. Journeys through planetary urbanization: Decentering perspectives on the urban 

    Schmid, Christian (2018)
    Environment and Planning D: Society and Space
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  11. Collective Variables from Local Fluctuations 

    Mendels, Dan; Piccini, GiovanniMaria; Parrinello, Michele (2018)
    The Journal of Physical Chemistry Letters
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  12. Multi-decadal mass balance series of three Kyrgyz glaciers inferred from modelling constrained with repeated snow line observations 

    Barandun, Martina; Huss, Matthias; Usubaliev, Ryskul; et al. (2018)
    The Cryosphere
    Glacier surface mass balance observations in the Tien Shan and Pamir are relatively sparse and often discontinuous. Nevertheless, glaciers are one of the most important components of the high-mountain cryosphere in the region as they strongly influence water availability in the arid, continental and intensely populated downstream areas. This study provides reliable and continuous surface mass balance series for selected glaciers located ...
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  13. The many possible climates from the Paris Agreement's aim of 1.5 °c warming 

    Seneviratne, Sonia I.; Rogelj, Joeri; Séférian, Roland; et al. (2018)
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  14. The Sensitivity of Core Heat Flux to the Modeling of Plate-Like Surface Motion 

    Langemeyer, Sean M.; Lowman, Julian P.; Tackley, Paul J. (2018)
    Geochemistry, Geophysics, Geosystems
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  15. Hopper Growth of Salt Crystals 

    Desarnaud, Julie; Derluyn, Hannelore; Carmeliet, Jan; et al. (2018)
    The Journal of Physical Chemistry Letters
    The growth of hopper crystals is observed for many substances, but the mechanism of their formation remains ill understood. Here we investigate their growth by performing evaporation experiments on small volumes of salt solutions. We show that sodium chloride crystals that grow very fast from a highly supersaturated solution form a peculiar form of hopper crystal consisting of a series of connected miniature versions of the original cubic ...
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  16. Short-term Load Forecasting with Deep Residual Networks 

    Chen K.; Wang Q.; He Z.; et al. (2018)
    IEEE Transactions on Smart Grid
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  17. Improving GIS Disconnectors for Future HVDC Applications 

    Ritter A.; Straumann U.; Franck C. (2018)
    IEEE Transactions on Power Delivery
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  18. Ab Initio Simulation of Band-to-Band Tunneling FETs With Single- and Few-Layer 2-D Materials as Channels 

    Szabo A.; Klinkert C.; Campi D.; et al. (2018)
    IEEE Transactions on Electron Devices
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