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(Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 2020)In this thesis, I explore the chemistry of reacting sulfur species computationally and experimentally. The computational work centers around creating the capability to automatically predict the thermochemical properties ...
Energy transition in Singapore : a system dynamics analysis on policy choices for a sustainable future (Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 2020)95% of Singapore's electricity is generated from imported natural gas, which poses fundamental economic and security risks. Solar power is the only local renewable energy resource available but it is insufficient to meet ...
(Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 2020)During foreign policy crises involving China and its most important foreign economic partners, some local leaders in China willingly threaten foreign commercial interests, while others attempt to protect foreign commerce ...