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Additive manufacturing (AM), also known as metal 3D printing, creates objects by addition of material, layer by layer. A major source material for AM is metal powder, which is predominantly produced using a technique calledatomisation, in which a molten metal stream is broken up into fine ...
“We are in touch with a start-up company in Chennai”
Researchers at the Indian Institute of Science (IISc) have developed a paper-based sensor for detecting even tiny volumes of hydrogen peroxide. This chemical is used widely in household and healthcare products like hand sanitiser as a disinfectant, in rocket fuel as a propellant, and is also ...
“India’s startup ecosystem is the third largest in the world, a real powerhouse"
Discovering creative solutions to improve the digital consumer experience is the focus of AkzoNobel’s 2022 Paint the Future regional startup challenge, which is all set to be launched in India. Startups are being invited to tap into the company’s broad knowledge and extensive expertise to help ...
Enantioselective synthesis of indole derivatives
Indole, and structures derived from it, are a component of many natural substances, such as the amino acid tryptophan. A new catalytic reaction produces cyclopenta[b]indoles—frameworks made of three rings that are joined at the edges—very selectively and with the desired spatial structure. As a ...
Solve two problems at one stroke
Solid acids are amongst the most essential heterogeneous catalysts, which have the potential to replace environmentally harmful liquid acids, in some of the most important processes, such as hydrocarbon cracking, alkylation, as well as plastic waste degradation and carbon dioxide to fuel ...
Defects in nanosilica can save planet earth from global warming
An excessive amount of carbon dioxide is the main cause of climate change. One of the best approaches is to capture and convert carbon dioxide (CO2) into fuel such as methane. On the other hand, a sustainable way to solve the energy problem is to generate alternative energy source, however, ...
The Indian market is becoming more and more important due to its rapid growth, especially in the chemical sector. The chemical platform chembid sees enormous potential in the further digitalization of the Indian chemicals business. In the future, the company plans to significantly expand its ...
Total investment estimated to be up to $4 billion
Abu Dhabi National Oil Company (ADNOC), Adani Group, BASF SE and Borealis AG have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to engage in a joint feasibility study to further evaluate a collaboration for the establishment of a chemical complex in Mundra, Gujarat, India.This is the next step of ...
Monsoon remobilizes phased-out chemicals stored in South Asian soils
Persistent organic pollutants are toxic chemicals that cannot decompose in nature, or only do so very slowly, and are harmful to the environment. Through accumulation along food chains they also have significant negative effects on human health. Nowadays, many of them are banned. Traces of those ...
Wacker Metroark Chemicals Pvt. Ltd. is expanding its existing silicone production at its Amtala site near Kolkata with a new hydrosilylation plant for manufacturing functional silicone fluids. The plant with an annual capacity of over 6,000 metric tons was officially opened at a ceremony in ...