Graduate Center physics doctoral students Steven Vallone and Anthony Tantillo in collaboration with Physics professor Karl Sandeman (Brooklyn College and The Graduate Center) have recently published a paper about the search for possible ways to find solid-state refrigerant materials that can have a very low ecological footprint.
For an extended summary of this research and the original paper in “Advanced Materials,”
June 2019. see below...
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