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  1. Dear Eliran, I would like to know more about the technique you are using (PLD). Working in my bachelor´s thesis, I have read some articles about the use of this technique in the field of biomaterials and it sounds promising.

    Julio Guzmán Pérez
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      Dear Julio, PLD is an interesting technique. You can achieve good homogeneous layers on flat substrates. For biobiomaterials I would say that it sounds interesting and you could get complex stoichiometry of thin films.
      Thank you for your interest.

  2. Dear Eliran, thank you for your nice posts and the pictures. Just a hint from the workshop: What is the motivation and relevance of this research? This is always a good starting point to make readers interested and motivate them to take the time reading your post.
    And:
    Isn’t it amazing that photosynthesis in nature is not super efficient? Whereas artificial photosynthesis can tranform up to 19 percent of the solar energy into chemical energy, stored in hydrogen?
    And by the way: How are you changing the bandgaps in these ternary metal oxides? Greetings, Antonia

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      Dear Antonia, thank you for the detailed reply. We always hope to learn from nature and create something better than the original idea, in this case photosynthesis. Plants are very efficient in their energy consumption we humans as a culture are less efficient, however we strive to be and this is where science comes in. I would love to discuss this further with you.

  3. Fascinating Insights !!
    I hope one day this research becomes a practical reality..
    All the best

    1. Author

      Thank you very much.

  4. Sounds like a fascinating research. Hope you get amazing reasults! Can’t wait to read the follow up..
    May you be successful.

    1. Author

      Thank you very much.

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