Daniel Philipp Müller

Daniel Philipp Müller
Ulm University | UULM · Institute of Theoretical Chemistry

Master of Science

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Product life cycle assessment (LCA) and sustainability assessment have proven as powerful methods to identify sustainability hotspots and support decision making. In practice, corporate decision support is often hampered by the complexity resulting from the three sustainability dimensions and inherent uncertainties. In this study, a novel a posteri...
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Die Korrosion von Naturstein durch sauren Regen oder Biofilmbildung ist ein globales Problem. In ihrer Zuschrift (DOI: 10.1002/ange.201809893) zeigen S. G. Mitchell, C. Streb und Mitarbeiter, dass Polyoxometallat‐ionische Flüssigkeiten (POM‐ILs), mit dem Pinsel aufgetragen, diese Prozesse verhindern können. Die POM‐ILs widerstehen Korrosionsbedingu...
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Stone corrosion by acid rain or biofilm formation is a global problem. In their Communication (DOI: 10.1002/anie.201809893), S. G. Mitchell, C. Streb, and co‐workers show how polyoxometalate‐ionic liquids (POM‐ILs) can be used as brush‐on anticorrosion coatings on natural stones. The POM‐ILs are designed to withstand corrosive conditions and featur...
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Corrosion of stone by acid rain and deterioration from biofilms are global problems for industrial and residential buildings as well as cultural heritage such as statues or historic buildings. Here we show how typical building stones can be protected from corrosion (“weathering”) and biofilm formation (“biodeterioration”) by application of thin fil...
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Corrosion of stone by acid rain and deterioration from biofilms are global problems for industrial and residential buildings as well as cultural heritage such as statues or historic buildings. Here we show how typical building stones can be protected from corrosion (“weathering”) and biofilm formation (“biodeterioration”) by application of thin fil...

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