Can the Haber–Bosch process be green?
Using ultrasonic standing waves, researchers levitate droplets of solvent, which can be used for chemical reactions.
Newly developed molecular system makes efficient conversion of sunlight and indoor LEDs into ultraviolet light possible to power photocatalysts that enable a variety of useful reactions.
A low temperature water-splitting protocol uses microwave power in lieu of concentrated solar energy.
Much like a zipper, carbene molecules cooperate on a gold surface to join two rows of atoms into one row, resulting — step by step — in a new surface structure.
Researchers at Hokkaido University call into question the strong and stable image of the carbon-carbon single bond.
Pressing a layered crystal onto a gold surface is all it takes to pull off a 2D atomic layer, a method that outperforms scotch tape on industrially relevant scales.
Solid-state physicists and materials chemists are now in excellent “shape” to expand and accelerate their explorations of the science of topological materials for a wide range of possible applications.
A new titanium nitride sulfur composite reduces the notorious shuttle effect and improves the overall performance of lithium-sulfur batteries.
A new design for vanadium redox flow batteries could help fundamental research and accelerate commercialization of this energy storage technology.