There are numerous ways to begin chemical reactions in liquids, but adding free electrons right into water, ammonia, or other liquid solutions is particularly appealing for green chemistry because solvated electrons are naturally clean and do not produce any byproducts when they react.
Fujitsu Limited and Teijin Limited today announced the launch of a joint project running from January to March 2023 to enhance the environmental value of recycled resources in the production of bicycle frames together with V Frames GmbH, a German manufacturer and distributor of carbon fiber reinforced plastic bicycle frames, and E Bike Advanced Technologies GmbH, a German manufacturer of bicycles.
Using a novel catalytic template-assisted interfacial polymerization technique, a research team at the Institute of Process Engineering (IPE) of the Chinese Academy of Sciences has created a highly permeable acid-resistant nanofiltration (NF) membrane for the treatment of acidic wastewater. The team is led by Prof. Yinhua Wan.
Scientists developed a way to make carbon-based molecules with a unique structural feature: interlocking rings.
Drexel University’s College of Engineering researchers have created a thin film device that can block electromagnetic radiation with the flick of a switch.
Scientists at the U.S. Department of Energy's (DOE) Brookhaven National Laboratory have successfully demonstrated that autonomous methods can discover new materials.
A novel nanomaterial has emerged. Chemists at the University of Oregon have discovered a method to create carbon-based molecules with a distinct structural feature: interlocking rings.
Pyroelectric catalysis (pyro-catalysis) can transform temperature fluctuations in the environment into clean chemical energy such as hydrogen.
Cellulose nanocrystals are bio-based nanomaterials that have been derived from natural resources like plant cellulose.
The thirst for a perfect switching device for ultra-low power applications results in an investigation of novel micro or nanoelectromechanical systems (M/NEMS) switches.