Scientists from Zhejiang University and Chongqing University in China have reported the development of novel composite Ag-CeO2 aerogels for photocatalytic CO2 reduction applications. Their findings have appeared in the journal ACS Applied Energy Materials.
A team of scientists from Russia have investigated the use of composite graphene oxide/chitosan adsorbents. The new paper, which has been published in Water, provides a comprehensive evaluation of the proposed material’s ability to remove copper cations from wastewater.
In a review recently published in the open-access journal Polymers, researchers discussed the test processes for the characterization of the fiber-reinforced polymer composites at high temperatures.
In an article recently published in the open-access journal Polymers, researchers discussed the development of novel polylactic acid (PLA)-derived biocomposites by using fungal biomass.
In an article recently published in the journal Additive Manufacturing, researchers estimated the warping in robotic 3D-printed continuous fiber-reinforced composites.
Graphene (GR), a single-layer carbon sheet with a hexagonal packed lattice structure, has displayed attractive potential in artificial photocatalysis due to its enchanting properties in enhancing light absorption, electron transfer dynamics, and surface reactions.
In a review recently published in the open-access journal Materials, researchers discussed the reinforcement of waste alkaline battery epoxy composites with zinc oxide (ZnO).
Writing in the journal Composites, a team of scientists from Southwest Jiaotong University and the China Building Materials Academy has reviewed recent developments in preparing and developing MXene-metal composites. The research has implications for several industries and future research into these composite materials.
Writing in the journal Sustainability, scientists from Colorado State University’s System Engineering Department have investigated a novel route toward achieving carbon-neutral building. The research has focused on the effects of the interaction between biochar and CaCO3 in sustainable concrete with carbon capture capabilities.
In a recent article published in the journal Materials, the authors constructed cement composites with low percolation thresholds to obtain low-cost graphite with good mechanical properties.