Category: Chemistry

Scientists unveil least costly carbon capture system to date
Chemistry, Science

Scientists unveil least costly carbon capture system to date

flash- January 24, 2023

Taking up only as much space as a walk-in closet, a new carbon capture and conversion system is simple and efficient at removing carbon dioxide ... Read More

Researchers create a low-cost sensor that detects heavy metals in sweat
Chemistry, Science

Researchers create a low-cost sensor that detects heavy metals in sweat

flash- January 24, 2023

Flexible copper sensor made cheaply from ordinary materials: conductive copper adhesive tape, sheet of transparency film, paper label, nail varnish, circuit fabrication solution, and acetone. ... Read More

Exploring the 74,963 different kinds of ice
Chemistry, Science

Exploring the 74,963 different kinds of ice

flash- January 21, 2023

Credit: The American Chemical Society There are somewhere between 20 and 74,963 forms of ice because water can do all kinds of weird stuff when ... Read More

Simulations and experiments reveal unprecedented detail about water’s motion in salt water
Chemistry, Science

Simulations and experiments reveal unprecedented detail about water’s motion in salt water

flash- January 20, 2023

Simulation of salt water solution. Water molecules are shown red and white, chloride ions in green, and in blue, sodium ions. Credit: Iurii Chubak In ... Read More

Squid tissues and chemistry combine for versatile hydrogels
Chemistry, Science

Squid tissues and chemistry combine for versatile hydrogels

flash- January 20, 2023

The new squid/synthetic polymer double-network gel developed in this study. Credit: Tasuku Nakajima Researchers at Hokkaido University in Japan have combined natural squid tissues with ... Read More

Scientists use neutrons to discover strengthening behavior in alloys
Chemistry, Science

Scientists use neutrons to discover strengthening behavior in alloys

flash- January 19, 2023

A team of ORNL researchers used neutron diffraction experiments to study the 3D-printed ACMZ alloy and observed a phenomenon called “load shuffling” that could inform ... Read More

New ‘chain mail’ material of interlocking molecules is tough, flexible and easy to make
Chemistry, Science

New ‘chain mail’ material of interlocking molecules is tough, flexible and easy to make

flash- January 19, 2023

The individual building blocks of a catena-COF are polyhedral molecules—a type of adamantane—that link arms to form a 2D mesh or 3D network that is ... Read More

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