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Atomic resolution imaging of graphene membranes. Taken with the permission from Springer Nature (Meyer et al., Nature, 2007, 446, 60-63).

Interview with Professor Sir Konstantin S. Novoselov

Professor Sir Konstantin S. Novoselov is a British-Russian physicist. His main areas of the expertise are condensed matter physics, mesoscopic physics, and nanotechnology. From 2014, he is a Royal Society…

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Interview with Prof. Dr. Miloje Rakočević

The United Nations (UN) has proclaimed 2019 as the international year of the Periodic system of chemical elements. This year, namely, has been turned 150 years from the publishing of Mendeleev’s Periodic system of elements. The interview was performed with Prof. Miloje Rakočević, the scientist, the most familiar in Serbia with the work of Mendeleev, and who gets into the essence of performed systematization. Prof. Miloje Rakočević was working as a professor at the Department of Chemistry, Faculty of Sciences and Mathematics, University of Niš, and now he is retired. However, there is no obstacle for him to publish results in renowned journals, such as Biosystems and Polyhedron. As a Deputy Editor of Chemia Naissensis, I felt free to put several questions on his desk connected to his work and Mendeleev’s Periodic systems of elements.

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Interview with Professor Mentus

On the 18th February 2019, Dr. Slavko Mentus, a full member of the Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts (SASA) and full professor at Faculty of Physical Chemistry in Belgrade, gave a lecture on batteries—background science and the importance of this type of power source—at the University of Niš, organized by SASA, Branch in Niš. Knowing about his previous work on weather control and batteries, I wondered how he managed to connect these two fields. After the lecture, Prof. Mentus kindly agreed to share his expert opinions on these subjects.

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