News - 24 Aug 2022
In an article recently published in the journal ACS Energy Letters, researchers discussed the routes to a future of green ammonia.
Study: Pathways to a Green Ammonia Future. Image...
News - 16 Aug 2022
Perovskite films, which combine organic and inorganic materials, have been under review by scientists since 2009 as a potential material for solar panel manufacturing. In contrast to silicon wafers,...
News - 3 May 2022
Ruthenium atoms on a network of copper nanowires may be an important step toward transforming the international ammonia industry that also supports the environment.
Rice University engineers...
News - 11 Apr 2022
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...
News - 18 Jan 2022
Mature landfill leachate is a complex and highly contaminated discharge with high levels of ammonia nitrogen, toxic components, and limited biodegradability. A new review paper presented in the...
News - 6 Dec 2021
When compared with the bulk graphitic carbon nitride, the improved sample had 2.93-fold photocatalytic nitrate reduction to ammonia activity (2.627 mg/h/gcat), and the NH3 selectivity grew from...
News - 30 Nov 2021
Inspired by a vision for a future economy powered by carbon neutral ammonia, new start-up Jupiter Ionics Pty Ltd is the latest company to emerge from a growing stream of enterprises aligned with...
News - 22 Nov 2021
Ammonia is the feedstock for nitrogen fertilizers and thus vital to the sustainable development of society.
Industrial ammonia synthesis catalyzed by Fe or Ru is carried out under high temperature...
News - 9 Sep 2021
Engineers at the University of Illinois Chicago have created a solar-powered electrochemical reaction that not only uses wastewater to make ammonia - the...
News - 31 Aug 2021
People are constantly on the lookout for cleaner alternatives, like hydrogen fuel, due to the existing global climate emergency and quickly receding energy resources.
Image Credit: Tokyo Institute...