Life cycle assessments show that a technology that captures waste carbon dioxide and turns it into sand may help Singapore reduce its carbon emissions.
Defects are not necessarily bad; researchers have used them to improve the ability of molybdenum oxide thin films to capture CO2.
carbon dioxide delivers protective molecules to semiconductor surfaces
A quantum effect allows infrared measurements to be performed by detecting visible light, bringing opportunities for cheaper, better performance spectroscopy
Using a copper catalyst to unite carbon dioxide with organic molecules under mild conditions could make this ubiquitous gas industrially useful
Chemists transform an inexpensive household plastic into a high-capacity sorbent for carbon dioxide capture and separation
Ammonium salts could provide a viable way of removing carbon dioxide from the atmosphere via carbon mineralization
Combining carbon dioxide sorbents with gold nanoparticle catalysts makes manufacturing ultrapure hydrogen gas easier than ever
It is possible to chemically fix waste carbon dioxide gas onto organic molecules without the need for transition metal catalysts
Recycling of carbon dioxide emissions gets significantly easier thanks to a novel copper–organocatalyst complex
New findings reveal how layered metallic hydroxide crystals can trap carbon dioxide gas at elevated temperatures
Scientists at the A*STAR Institute of Bioengineering and Nanotechnology have developed a green catalytic cycle that could help solve some of the world’s biggest challenges—global warming and renewable energy.