News - 17 Jan 2022
Organic molecules found in a meteorite that hurtled to Earth from Mars were synthesized during interactions between water and rocks that occurred on the Red Planet about 4 billion years ago, according...
News - 3 Oct 2016
Buildup of scale and corrosion is a common occurrence in pipes and systems in constant contact with water. Waterborne minerals such as calcium carbonate naturally build up over time and accumulate on...
News - 13 Feb 2007
A new analysis led by an MIT scientist describes a mechanism for capturing carbon dioxide emissions from a power plant and injecting the gas into the ground, where it would be trapped naturally as...
News - 22 Jan 2021
Diamond, like graphite, is a special form of carbon. Its cubic crystal structure and its strong chemical bonds give it its unique hardness. For thousands of years, it has also been sought after as...
News - 5 Oct 2016
Buildup of scale and corrosion is a common occurrence in pipes and systems in constant contact with water.
Waterborne minerals such as calcium carbonate naturally build up over time and...
Article - 14 Sep 2022
This article outlines why it is important to improve paint and coating formulations.
News - 14 Feb 2022
In a recent study published in the open-access journal Sustainability, researchers reviewed various smart bio-agents that can promote autonomous self-healing properties of cementitious materials over...
News - 19 Nov 2021
The novel study in Construction and Building Materials focuses on a combination of a foam drying process with the process of carbonation stabilization to recycle dredged material for usage.
Article - 19 Jul 2006
Lithium is a silvery white metal. It is the lightest metal known to man and belongs to the alkali metals. The discovery, occurrence, production, properties and applications of lithium are discussed.
Article - 8 Jul 2003
Red mud is a by-product of bauxite processing via the Bayer process. Described herein is a process that converts the red mud into mineral products that can be used for commercial applications.