The Mössbauer Effect Data Center is a research center of the Dalian Institute of Chemical Physics within Chinese Academy of Sciences, operating from the Dalian Institute of Chemical Physics. The current number of data records in the MEDC database over 100,000.
Dr. A. S. Ganeshraja from Department of Chemistry, School of Physical Chemical and Applied Sciences, Pondicherry University, India.....
Laboratory of Aerospace Catalysis and New Materials has recently made a new process on study of supported Au catalyst.....
Nowadays, the scarcity of fresh water resources and the ever-growing environmental pollution have been attracting increased concern......
The 2015 edition of the Brazilian biennial Jacques Danon Meeting (XIX EJDEM) on Mössbauer spectroscopy was held in the city of Diamantina (state of Minas Gerais, Southern Brazil) from December 14 to 16, 2015.....
Recently，one chapter, entitled as “Recent Advances in the Application of Mossbauer Spectroscopy (MS) in Heterogeneous Catalysis”, has been published on the book series of Advances in Catalysis.....
Heterogeneous catalysis plays a central role in modern chemical industry. The demand to develop new catalytic materials may be endless due to our continuous pursuit of better catalytic performance.....
Prof. Mamdouh A. Ahmed from Department of Physics, Faculty of Science, Al Azhar University, Egypt, was invited to visit MEDC/DICP from 10th September to 1st October, 2014....
Dr. Esen Ercan Alp and Dr. Jiyong Zhao were invited to visit MEDC/DICP on 14-17 August, 2014....
We warmly welcome a new MEDC International Guest: Visiting Professor Dénes Lajos Nagy from Hungary...
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