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Degradable sugar-based polymers may store and release useful molecular freight

Options for chemical plastic recycling

25-Jan-2021

Degradable, bio-based polymers offer options for chemical recycling, and they can be a tool to store and release useful molecules. Scientists have developed a class of sugar-based polymers that are degradable through acid hydrolysis. The researchers also integrated “cargo” molecules in the ...

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Adsorbent material developed with PET bottles for the removal of antibiotics from water

The porous carbon composite is applicable to various fields

27-Apr-2020

South Korea with its high antibiotic use is categorized as a country at high risk of the emergence of multi drug-resistant bacteria, or so-called "super bacteria." According to the Ministry of Environment, antibiotic substances have been detected at livestock wastewater treatment facilities, ...

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Converting biomass by applying mechanical force

15-Mar-2019

One of the greatest global challenges is the efficient use of renewable sources in order to meet the increasing demand for energy and feedstock chemicals in the future. In this context, biomass is a promising alternative to existing fossil sources such as coal or oil. Cellulose plays a decisive ...

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Engineering antidotes to chemical weapons

18-Oct-2017

Chemical weapons and other toxic agents including pesticides pose a serious health threat worldwide, whether they are deliberately released or emitted by accident from industrial chemical operations during processing, shipping, or storage. Jin Montclare, an associate professor in the Department ...

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Chemical trickery corrals 'hyperactive' metal-oxide cluster

09-Dec-2016

After decades of eluding researchers because of chemical instability, key metal-oxide clusters have been isolated in water, a significant advance for growing the clusters with the impeccable control over atoms that's required to manufacture small features in electronic circuits. Oregon State ...

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Splitting disulphide bonds in water is more complicated than previously thought

26-Oct-2016

From a chemical perspective, splitting disulphide bonds under tensile stress is a substantially more complicated process than previously assumed. A team headed by Prof Dr Dominik Marx from Ruhr-Universität Bochum found out what happens in detail during this process - with the aid of extensive ...

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Clay nanotube-biopolymer composite scaffolds for tissue engineering

02-May-2016

The fabrication of a prototype tissue having functional properties close to the natural ones is crucial for effective transplantation. Tissue engineering scaffolds are typically used as supports which allow cells to form tissue-like structures essentially required for the correct functioning of ...

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'Hydricity' concept uses solar energy to produce power round-the-clock

17-Dec-2015

Researchers are proposing a new "hydricity" concept aimed at creating a sustainable economy by not only generating electricity with solar energy but also producing and storing hydrogen from superheated water for round-the-clock power production. "The proposed hydricity concept represents a ...

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Nanostructures: customized carbon

A new synthesis method produces novel nanostructures from carbon

17-Apr-2015

They are tiny and comprise spherical, sheet-like or fibrous particles. And they consist chiefly of the chemical element carbon. The talk here is about unusual carbon nanostructures that scientists at the Max Planck Institute of Colloids and Interfaces in Potsdam-Golm are now producing with a ...

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New enzyme reactor technology

31-Jan-2014

Researchers from the University of Bath in the UK have developed a new enzymatic process intensification technology that it one of only a few technologies available for accelerating the rate of an enzyme reaction. Drs Emma Emanuelsson and Darrell Patterson developed the ‘Spinning Cloth Disc ...

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