In terms of anode materials for the next-generation high-energy-density batteries, lithium metal exhibits great promise.
Research on fungi underway at the University of Kansas has helped transform tough-to-recycle plastic waste from the Pacific Ocean into key components for making pharmaceuticals.
Scientists have succeeded in enhancing the specific capacity of Na3V2(PO4)3 (NVP), a novel electrode material, according to a recent study published in Advanced Science.
Clean energy is the leading solution for climate change. But solar and wind power are inconsistent at producing enough energy for a reliable power grid. Alternatively, lithium-ion batteries can store energy but are a limited resource.
The simple molecule carbon monoxide (CO) can be used as the starting point for the synthesis of a specific organic compound called anionic ketenes, according to research from Germany’s Ruhr University Bochum.
An innovative technique is being developed by scientists that could allow Australia to lead the way in more sustainable manufacturing of fuels and chemicals.
A chemistry collaboration led to a creative way to put carbon dioxide to good – and even healthy – use: by incorporating it, via electrosynthesis, into a series of organic molecules that are vital to pharmaceutical development.
Inexpensive iron salts are a key to simplifying the manufacture of essential precursors for drugs and other chemicals, according to scientists at Rice University.
A chemistry partnership resulted in a novel approach to deploying carbon dioxide to good—and even healthy—use: by electrosynthesizing it into a series of organic molecules critical to pharmaceutical research.
One of the most practical and cost-effective techniques used in C-H oxyfunctionalization is direct selective hydroxylation, which is widely used in medicine, the chemical industry, and materials research.