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Mobile phones, notebook computers, iPods—the boom in portable computing and communications devices is dependent on rechargeable lithium-ion batteries to deliver power. These batteries offer the...
News - 11 Feb 2005
Modern computers have little room to spare, with as many as a billion transistors per square centimeter jostling for position on their processors and memory chips. Imagine the entire population of...
Article - 24 Feb 2021
In copper plating baths, breakdown products such as MPS accelerate copper electrode position. These breakdown products can be detected by CVS analysis, and thus how efficiently a electrode position is...
News - 15 Oct 2008
Ayusman Sen, head of the Department of Chemistry at Penn State, makes tiny, metallic objects do something extraordinary -- he makes them swim. Sen's work is driven by catalysis, the chemical...
Article - 4 Dec 2012
Iodine was first discovered by Barnard Courtois, a French chemist in 1811 while extracting potassium and sodium from seaweed ash. When he accidentally added sulfuric acid, a violet colored cloud...
These titration sensors are perfectly engineered instruments with certified quality available in several varieties.
Article - 24 Jul 2003
Mercury is generally considered to be a harmful substance. Presented herein is a unbiased account of mercury, its compounds, and its uses.
News - 13 Dec 2021
In a recent study published in the journal ACS Sustainable Chemistry & Engineering, researchers replaced organic semiconductor materials like graphene oxide substrates with metal-free cellulose...
News - 18 Nov 2010
Today, Construction Specialties (C/S), the leading manufacturer of high-performing architectural products, announced that its C/S Acrovyn® 4000 line of interior wall protection products received...
News - 16 Mar 2022
A paper published online in the journal ACS Energy Letters has demonstrated a sustainable pathway for the synthesis of ethylene oxide via the electrochemical oxidation of ethanol. The research helps...