Carbon dioxide has been labelled as the main culprit driving global warming, but is now improving its reputation as an environmentally friendly refrigerant.
Using air conditioning systems for the production of synthetic fuels.
Is electronic communication taking up too much of our time?
Carbon dioxide photocatalysis, a new future with three fundamental questions, how do we optimize photonic efficiency, how should we scale, and what should we make?
Researchers at the University of Toronto discuss the origins and advances of carbon dioxide photocatalysis.
We all see the smoke; can we afford to ignore the fire? The climate doomsday clock is ticking!
Mind the gap: Carbon dioxide corrosion problems in a world of carbon dioxide conversion research. Understanding the surface chemistry and electrochemistry and how they affect the overarching systems.
The clock is ticking for the development and deployment of renewable synthetic fuels substituting for non-renewable fossil-based oil to enable a sustainable energy resource for the benefit of all people.
Climbing these steps of the materials discovery ladder requires embracing a vast body of experiential knowledge accumulated over years of first-hand experimental and theoretical learning.
A techno-economic analysis for six different carbon dioxide emission reduction scenarios in steel manufacturing, using a steel mill located in Duisburg, Germany as an example, are reported.