A research team led by Professor Thomas Orlando has discovered that ultraviolet photons emitted by the sun likely cause H2O molecules to quickly desorb or break apart in no to low atmosphere environments.
On May 26, a ribbon-cutting ceremony at the Georgia-Tech Lorraine campus in Metz, France, was attended by University President G.P. Peterson, the U.S. consul general from Strasbourg, France, and French officials from the Lorraine region.
Silicon (Si) is ubiquitous in modern semiconductor manufacturing. Well-established procedures for its processing, perfected over more than five decades of industrial use, enable a diverse array of electronic devices that pervade everyday life.