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Advanced Materials

Arno Kraft, 12/10/2009

Indium–tin oxide on glass or polyester is probablythe most popular transparent conductingelectrode. It finds use in heatable back windows in cars, Kugelrohr distills, liquid crystal displays, organic solar cells and organic light-emittingdevices. 

Analytical chemistry

Tom McCreedy, 12/10/2009

It is possible to measure the absorbance of a single droplet of liquid sample located between two optic fibres; however, the reduced pathlength of such systems (usually 1 mm or less) seriously compromises the sensitivity of any measurement.