Explore the chemistry of organic photovoltaics (organic solar cells) as a scientist from BASF explains the technology used in the Smart Forvision car.
A scientist from BASF explains why new organic solar cells could be a cost-effective, sustainable energy source for the future, e.g. in electric cars.
A BASF researcher demonstrates the latest in solar cell technology - organic photovoltaics - and explains their advantages versus silicon solar cells.
Ingmar Bruder from BASF explains the science behind how organic photovoltaics work. These solar cells were used in the Smart Forvision concept car.
Ingmar Bruder of BASF showcases organic solar cells (in German). Ingmar Bruder, Wissenschaftler bei der BASF, erläutert wie organische Solarzellen funktionieren und hergestellt werden und welche Rolle die Chemie dabei spielt.
Find out how scientists at the material science laboratory, QMUL, develop biosensors to enhance sport performance.
A video that explores different types of carbon, looking in particular at graphene and its uses. Also, learn how to make your own solar cell, answer questions from the allotropes of carbon gridlock game, and read an anecdote about the discovery of buckminsterfullerene.
Follow the adventures of eight leading women in chemistry and celebrate the common element that catalysed their journeys: a life-changing, chance-taking, thrill-seeking love of science.
Video resources showing how to carry out a titration experiment and interactive resources to allow students to collect their own results.
Video resource showing how to purify water to make it ‘potable’ and how to test it.
Video resources showing the displacement reactions between the halogens chlorine, bromine and iodine and their respective halides.
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