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 Recent Webinar: 

Development of New Solvents for CO2 Capture Using Molecular Simulations

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Recent Webinar: Development of New Solvents for CO2 Capture Using Molecular Simulations

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Frédérick de Meyer from Total S.E., who has worked with Materials Design Inc. on developing a computational approach based on molecular modeling to predict the CO2 absorption rates in aqueous tertiary amines. The predictions are validated using experimental data. The key to the new model’s excellent accuracy is to include the solvation effects in the computation of the free energy barrier for...



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Recent Training: Orbital Level Understanding of Adsorbate-Surface Interactions in Catalysis

Learn to use the versatile MedeA Building tools and the comprehensive information of the various MedeA databases to create realistic models for atomistic simulations.


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Recent Webinar and Training: Materials Constitution Data in MSI Eureka – Fundamentals for Efficient R&D

Join Dr. Svitlana Iljenko, of MSI – Materials Science International Services in this webinar as she explains the necessity for critical evaluation of the often-conflicting individual constitutional data and presents the data categories of MSI Eureka available in the MedeA Environment. 

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New Module: MSI Phase-Diagrams

MSI Eureka is the world’s leading and most comprehensive database for phase diagramsand related materials property data for metals, alloys, non-metals, and composites. The integration with MedeA makes MSI Phase Diagrams an indispensable resource for materials science and engineering.


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