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Determining catalytic active sites using carbon nanotubes

A novel method to determine the cause of catalytic activity

12-Oct-2018

Catalytic research led by University of Oklahoma researcher Steven Crossley has developed a new and more definitive way to determine the active site in a complex catalyst. Catalysts consisting of metal particles supported on reducible oxides show promising performance for a variety of current and ...

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Physicists develop rationale for the next-generation particle collider

04-Jul-2013

A University of Oklahoma-developed theory provides the rationale for the next-generation particle accelerator—the International Linear Collider. The discovery of the Higgs boson at the CERN Large Hadron Collider in Geneva Switzerland this past year prompted particle physicists to look ahead to ...

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OU and MidCon Energy developing cost-effective next generation advanced EOR technologies

26-Apr-2010

University of Oklahoma researchers are developing a new chemical enhanced oil recovery technology to tap the estimated 300 billion barrels of oil left behind in existing U.S. reservoirs after conventional and secondary oil recovery methods. A team of researchers from OU's School of Chemical, ...

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University of Oklahoma 'clean energy' technology promises gains in efficiency

Phononic devices continues development and commercialization with ARPA-E grant

19-Feb-2010

A "clean energy" technology under development at the University of Oklahoma promises transformational advances with products that convert heat directly to useful electrical power. "OU has one of the few research groups in the world with the expertise to develop the new semi-conductor materials ...

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