Researchers from the Pacific Northwest National Laboratory in the United States have reported the development of a novel electrochemical hydrogen-looping system for the removal of CO2 from seawater. Their findings have been published online in the journal ACS Energy Letters.
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Researchers developed new nano-scale procedure to enhance electrode material for improving the performance of hydrogen production.
Ammonia is widely used in fertilizer as it has the maximum nitrogen content of commercial fertilizers, making it vital for the production of crops. However, two carbon dioxide (CO2) molecules are generated for every molecule of ammonia made, adding to surplus CO2 in the air.
Researchers using the Advanced Photon Source have found new ways to design catalysts that can significantly improve the clean hydrogen production process, and make it cost effective.
A new study proposes that advanced catalytic converters could have longer lifespans and need a lesser amount of rare materials to work.
Scientists have created a new membrane technology that facilitates better elimination of carbon dioxide (CO2) from mixed gases, for example, emissions from power plants.
A team of ETH researchers headed by Athina Anastasaki were successful in breaking down plastic into its molecular building blocks and recovering over 90% of them. This is the first step towards genuine plastic recycling.
In a review recently published in the open-access journal Energies, researchers discussed the utility of a rice-based product in the development of a novel methodology for capturing CO2 gas from effluent gases.
In an article recently published in the open-access journal Materials, researchers discussed the development of construction materials using wastewater and its potential applications in the circular economy for the mass production of bricks.