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Separating gases using flexible molecular sieves

04-Dec-2020

Researchers at the University of Liverpool and the King Abdullah University of Science and Technology have made reported some exciting findings relating to metal-organic frameworks (MOFs), a class of porous materials, which could benefit a wide range of important gas separation ...

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New protein nanobioreactor designed to improve sustainable bioenergy production

Reprogramming bacterial protein organelles as a nanoreactor for hydrogen production

04-Nov-2020

Researchers at the University of Liverpool have unlocked new possibilities for the future development of sustainable, clean bioenergy. The study, published in Nature Communications, shows how bacterial protein 'cages' can be reprogrammed as nanoscale bioreactors for hydrogen production. The ...

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Cage molecules act as molecular sieves for hydrogen isotope separation

05-Nov-2019

A new hybrid material developed by scientists at the University of Liverpool may bring the dream of carbon-free nuclear fusion power a step closer. The separation of hydrogen's three isotopes (hydrogen, deuterium, and tritium) is of key importance for fusion power technology, but current ...

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A highly active organic photocatalyst

05-Oct-2018

Scientists from the University of Liverpool, University College London and East China University of Science and Technology have synthesized a new organic material that can convert water into hydrogen fuel using sunlight. Photocatalytic solar hydrogen production--or water splitting--offers an ...

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Superior photocatalysts: covalent, crystalline triazine frameworks

23-Aug-2018

They are especially good photocatalysts for the production of hydrogen by splitting water with solar energy: covalent organic frameworks based on triazines. For this application, the frameworks need to be in a nice regular crystalline form. In the journal Angewandte Chemie, scientists have now ...

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The way to better and cheaper transparent conductors

30-Nov-2017

Researchers at the University of Liverpool have made a discovery that could improve the conductivity of a type of glass coating which is used on items such as touch screens, solar cells and energy efficient windows. Coatings are applied to the glass of these items to make them electrically ...

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Direct activation of CO2 and CH4 into liquid fuels and chemicals

10-Oct-2017

Researchers from the University of Liverpool have made a significant breakthrough in the direct conversion of carbon dioxide (CO2) and methane (CH4) into liquid fuels and chemicals which could help industry to reduce greenhouse gas emissions whilst producing valuable chemical feedstocks. They ...

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Chemists control structure to unlock magnetization and polarization simultaneously

29-Jan-2015

Scientists at the University of Liverpool have controlled the structure of a material to simultaneously generate both magnetisation and electrical polarisation, an advance which has potential applications in information storage and processing. Researchers from the University's School of Physical ...

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Tofu ingredient could revolutionize solar panel manufacture

01-Jul-2014

The chemical used to make tofu and bath salts could also replace a highly toxic and expensive substance used to make solar cells, a University study published in the journal Nature has revealed. Cadmium chloride is currently a key ingredient in solar cell technology used in millions of solar ...

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How 'slippers' can end mascara irritation

New test reduces need for animal testing

06-Jan-2014

An end to mascara testing on animals could be in sight thanks to tiny organisms nicknamed 'slipper' and 'eyelash'. Mascara is a mild irritant, and rabbits have, historically, been used to test how much discomfort new products can cause. However, a cheaper and more reliable test is now being ...

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