Article - 2 Aug 2005
Nanomaterials and nanoparticles are being used in chemical synthesis, especially in the areas of catalysis, separations and remediation. The different types of nanomaterials and nanoparticles being...
News - 11 Oct 2012
Berkeley Lab researchers develop new technique for heterogenizing homogenous nano catalysts
Catalysts are substances that speed up the rates of chemical reactions without themselves being...
News - 31 Oct 2014
Elsevier, a world-leading provider of scientific, technical and medical information products and services, and the editors of the leading international journal Chemical Physics Letters are pleased to...
News - 13 Dec 2012
A chemical nanostructure developed by Boston College researchers behaves much like the pores of the skin, serving as a precise control for a typically stubborn method of catalysis that is the...
News - 29 Jan 2008
In a significant step towards improving the design of future catalysts and catalytic reactors, especially for microfluidic “lab-on-a-chip” devices, researchers with the U.S. Department of...
Article - 22 Aug 2012
Nanomaterials in catalysis are offering a whole new array of
parameters which scientists can tweak to try and find the perfect
News - 23 Jan 2009
UC Riverside researchers illustrate how controlling shape of heterogeneous catalysts can promote desired chemical reaction To prolong the shelf life of foods, manufacturers often add hydrogen to...
News - 4 May 2009
The highly porous MOFs usually reveal two different types of structural elements. Transverse bars comprised of organic molecules are connected by inorganic coupling units containing metal ions. Mixing...
News - 5 Dec 2008
Zinc oxide is a "jack of all trades" - thousands of tons thereof are produced all over the world every year. Its fields of utilization range from food additive to sun screening agents. It is...
News - 3 Jun 2013
Every chemist’s dream – to snap an atomic-scale picture of a chemical before and after it reacts – has now come true, thanks to a new technique developed by chemists and physicists...