Jeroen Hustings's research while affiliated with Leuven Instituut voor Fertiliteit en Embryologie and other places

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Light-induced charge-transfer mechanisms are at the heart of both photosynthesis and photovoltaics. The underlying photophysical mechanisms occurring within photosynthesis and organic photovoltaics in particular show striking similarities. However, they are studied by distinct research communities, often using different terminology. This contributi...
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The plant microbial fuel cell is a fascinating technology that combines plants and bacteria to produce electricity. As sunlight is converted into electric power, plant microbial fuel cells can be compared to photovoltaics on various levels. To investigate to what extent this comparison goes up, a rough upper limit for the energy conversion efficien...
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In the field of photovoltaics (PV), an important trend is to increase the aesthetic and creative design aspects of solar cells towards more attractive and customized devices for integration in for instance architecture, e.g. building integrated photovoltaics (BIPV). Here we introduce the concept of “photovoltaic photographs”, defined as semi-transp...
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In spite of the high-density and strongly correlated nature of the atomic nucleus, experimental and theoretical evidence suggests that around particular ‘magic’ numbers of nucleons, nuclear properties are governed by a single unpaired nucleon1,2. A microscopic understanding of the extent of this behaviour and its evolution in neutron-rich nuclei re...
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In spite of the high-density and strongly correlated nature of the atomic nucleus, experimental and theoretical evidence suggests that around particular 'magic' numbers of nucleons, nuclear properties are governed by a single unpaired nucleon1,2. A microscopic understanding of the extent of this behaviour and its evolution in neutron-rich nuclei re...
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Abstract Filamentous cable bacteria exhibit long-range electron transport over centimetre-scale distances, which takes place in a parallel fibre structure with high electrical conductivity. Still, the underlying electron transport mechanism remains undisclosed. Here we determine the intrinsic electrical properties of the conductive fibres in cable...
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Filamentous cable bacteria exhibit unprecedented long-range biological electron transport, which takes place in a parallel fibre structure that shows an extraordinary electrical conductivity for a biological material. Still, the underlying electron transport mechanism remains undisclosed. Here we determine the intrinsic electrical properties of ind...

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... 250 ah so the total battery needs / battery capacity (8,800: (24 x 250) = 1.46 (2 units of batteries used). Hustings et al. (2022). ...
... This value is about 25% lower of the Thouless-Valatin MOI, I TV ≈ 86h 2 MeV −1 , which is consistent with what has been found for the MOI of normal-deformed states 58 , as well as experimental data from Refs. [156] and [157] in Sect. 3.4. ...
... 48 Copyright 2018 Elsevier Ltd. (C) Illustration depicting cable bacteria possessing parallel conductive fibers in their cell envelope. Adapted with permission from Bonnéet al. 49 Copyright 2020 Springer Nature. (D) Scheme highlighting the extracellular electron transport (EET) and long-distance electron transport in cable bacteria. ...