News - 9 May 2013
In 2015, NASA, for the first time, will fly a space mission utilizing a radically different propellant—one which has reduced toxicity and is environmentally benign. This energetic ionic liquid,...
News - 2 Jun 2010
The combustion of fossil fuels for energy has steadily increased the concentration of greenhouse gases in the earth's atmosphere. Of the numerous trace gases, carbon dioxide is a major component...
Article - 7 Nov 2019
In this case study, scientists present a way to map the electrochemical properties of nanoscale interfaces using atomic force microscopy (AFM).
Article - 19 Dec 2007
High velocity oxy-fuel (HVOF) sprayed ceramic coatings can be considered as potential candidates for applications, where good chemical and corrosion resistance of ceramics is needed. In this paper the...
This volume continues the tradition formed in Nanotechnology in Catalysis 1 and 2. As with those books, this one is based upon an ACS symposium. Some of the most illustrious names in heterogeneous...
Article - 4 Apr 2019
This article discusses materials research in Nuclear energy using electron backscatter diffraction.
Article - 15 May 2018
As part of their regular review of vehicle standards, the American Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) could be set to change the current ones that were set in 2012, and potentially bring about big...
News - 13 May 2011
FPInnovations, along with AbitibiBowater, Natural Resources Canada and the Centre for Research and Innovation in the Bio Economy, is manufacturing the first batches of lignin, an organic substance,...
Article - 18 Mar 2020
This article discusses how to produce energy and help the environment with Analytical Chemistry.
News - 16 May 2007
The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) has announced $11.2 million in awards for research aimed at overcoming the scientific challenges associated with the production, storage and use of hydrogen....