Chemists have developed a hybrid semiconductor material for efficient and sustainable hydrogen production.
At standard temperature and pressure, CO2 exists as a gas. On cooling to -78.5°C, it becomes a solid called dry ice, which is a common refrigerant. At a critical temperature and pressure of 31.1°C and 72.9 atmospheres, respectively, CO2 becomes a supercritical fluid...
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A new model for steelmaking, fission reactor design, dissolution kinetics – this and more in the latest from Steel Research International.
BASF has purchased the PET foam business of the Italian company B.C. Foam S.p.A., headquartered in Volpiano.
DuPont says its commitment to supply growing solar market underscores aim to reduce global dependence on fossil fuels.
Linde developed a new range of carbon fibre wrapped gas cylinders. Lighter than steel cylinders and equipped with in-built digital intelligence and regulators.
Bayer’s new polyurethane systems could meet the demand for stronger, more durable wind turbine blades.
BASF builds its Battery Materials capabilities with the purchase of Merck’s electrolytes business.
BARD is testing two prototypes of its new 6.5 megawatt class. The official beginning of the certification tests is scheduled for the end of February 2012.
Offshore wind turbines are exposed to high dynamic loads in a high corrosive environment. A new overview describes the occurring loads and the fatigue resistances of typical offshore support structures.
Japanese companies target the future market for Lithium-ion batteries. Kureha, Kuraray, and Itochu jointly developed and commercialized a new hard carbon material called “Biocarbotron”.