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Researchers show that chiral oxide catalysts align electron spin

Researchers from Münster and Pittsburgh look for causes of spin polarisation in these materials

23-Sep-2022

Controlling the spin of electrons opens up future scenarios for applications in spin-based electronics (spintronics), for example in data processing. It also presents new opportunities for controlling the selectivity and efficiency of chemical reactions. Researchers recently presented first ...

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BASF announces innovation partnership with RiKarbon on emollients derived from bio-waste

RiKarbon’s innovative technologies facilitate commercial production of renewable chemicals and high-performing ingredients

22-Sep-2022

BASF and RiKarbon Inc., a U.S.-based technology start-up, announce the signing of a partnership contract to exclusively license and commercialize proprietary technology from RiKarbon. RiKarbon’s patented technology allows the upcycling of bio-waste into bio-based, biodegradable emollients for ...

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Designing New Quantum Materials on the Computer

"All indications are that we have found a robust way to identify materials that have the features we want"

22-Sep-2022

A new design principle can now predict the properties of quantum materials that have hardly been explored so far. For the first time, a strongly correlated topological semimetal has been discovered using a computer. How do you find novel materials with very specific properties - for example, ...

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Vianode invests NOK 2 billion in battery materials plant in Norway

The graphite materials from Vianode are produced with up to 90 percent lower CO2

22-Sep-2022

Vianode, a company owned by Elkem, Hydro and Altor, has decided to invest in its first industrial-scale plant for sustainable battery materials at Herøya in Norway. The investment of around NOK 2 billion will create new industrial jobs and provide critical battery materials. The decision is an ...

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Titanium hosts record high superconductivity for elements superconductors

Titanium breaks record of Tc for element superconductors

21-Sep-2022

Element superconductors are important either for superconducting mechanism studies or for potential applications because of the single composition. However element superconductor (SC) usually show very low transition temperature (Tc) typically below 10K. Recently Prof. Changqing Jin’s team at ...

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Chemical additives improve stability of high-density lithium-ion batteries

21-Sep-2022

As our need for high-density batteries increases with widespread adoption of electric cars and alternative energy sources, improving the stability and capacity of lithium-ion batteries is a necessity. Current lithium-ion battery technology, which often uses nickel, is less stable at extreme ...

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KRAHN Chemie subsidiary Pemco Trigueros and the Spanish sales office join forces, forming KRAHN Iberia

21-Sep-2022

KRAHN Chemie bundles activities of its subsidiary Pemco Trigueros and the Spanish sales office under the name KRAHN Iberia to offer high-quality products for the markets lubricants, plastics, and adhesives & sealants. In January, KRAHN Chemie became the majority shareholder of Pemco Trigueros, ...

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Researchers propose new coupling strategy for organic wastewater treatment

21-Sep-2022

Ajoint research group led by Prof. SUN Chenglin, Porf. WEI Huangzhao andProf. LI Rengui from theDalian Institute of Chemical Physics(DICP) of the Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS) hasdeveloped a new coupling strategy of photocatalytic water oxidation and catalytic wet peroxide oxidation ...

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What role does hydrogen play as an energy source in the global energy system?

20-Sep-2022

Future climate policy assigns hydrogen and H2 synthesis products great importance. But how could the demand for hydrogen develop globally? A new meta-study coordinated by Fraunhofer ISI addresses this question and re-evaluates more than 40 energy system and hydrogen scenarios within the HyPat ...

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Pushing the boundaries of chemistry: Properties of heaviest element studied so far measured

Superheavy element 114 (flerovium) is a volatile metal

20-Sep-2022

An international research team has succeeded in gaining new insights into the chemical properties of the superheavy element flerovium — element 114 — at the accelerator facilities of the GSI Helmholtzzentrum für Schwerionenforschung in Darmstadt. The measurements show that flerovium is the most ...

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