Subtle molecular differences in nickel-based electrocatalysts can open the path to more efficient water-splitting chemical reactions for clean energy generation.
Defects in nanoparticles help to drive the production of hydrogen, a clean-burning fuel
Cheap and accessible cobalt-based catalysts could fast-track the industrial-scale production of hydrogen from water
treatment offers precise control over catalytic activity of metal sulfide nanoparticles
Computer simulations of a metal–sulfide alloy unlock the secrets to designing solar-powered catalysts that generate hydrogen fuel from water
Computer simulations reveal how rhodium catalysts with ‘stepped’ surface structures break ethanol molecules into hydrogen atoms and why they are so efficient
Combining carbon dioxide sorbents with gold nanoparticle catalysts makes manufacturing ultrapure hydrogen gas easier than ever