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PETRA III shines a light on efficient production technique for a novel ‘green’ fertiliser

Advanced milling technique produces slow-release soil nutrient crystals


A purely mechanical method can produce a novel, more sustainable fertiliser in a less polluting way. That is the result of a method optimised at DESY's light source PETRA III. An international team used PETRA III to optimise the production method that is an adaptation of an ancient technique: by ...


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Pulverizing electronic waste is green, clean - and cold


Researchers at Rice University and the Indian Institute of Science have an idea to simplify electronic waste recycling: Crush it into nanodust. Specifically, they want to make the particles so small that separating different components is relatively simple compared with processes used to recycle ...


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A new thermoelectric material for a sustainable society

The first synthesis of bulk CaMgSi with thermoelectric properties


Thermoelectric materials, which can directly convert thermal energy into electrical energy (Seebeck effect), can be effectively used for the development of a clean and environmentally compatible power-generation technology. However, these materials are not commonly used for practical applications ...


Metal-free catalyst outperforms platinum in fuel cell

Researchers now optimizing cheap, easy-to-make alternative


Researchers from South Korea, Case Western Reserve University and University of North Texas have discovered an inexpensive and easily produced catalyst that performs better than platinum in oxygen-reduction reactions. The finding, detailed in Nature's Scientific Reports, is a step toward ...


Hydrogen causes metal to break


Hydrogen is considered the fuel of the future. Yet this lightest of the chemical elements can embrittle the metals used in vehicle engineering. The result: components suddenly malfunction and break. A new special laboratory is aiding researchers’ search for hydrogen-compatible metals. Most ...


A breakthrough toward industrial production of fluorescent nanodiamonds


The laboratory «Structure - Activité of Normal & Pathologic Biomolecules - SANPB», Inserm / UEVE U829 (Genopole Evry, France) in collaboration with the Material Centre of Mines-ParisTech (Evry, France), the NRG - UMR 5060 CNRS / UTBM (Technology University of Belfort-Montbéliard) and the Physic ...


Malvern Instruments and SDTech collaborate in process optimisation arena


Malvern Instruments has entered into a collaborative agreement with industrial process optimisation specialist SDTech based in Ales, France. SDTech works primarily in custom micronisation and the analysis of fine and ultra-fine powders, delivering Process Expert services to a number of different ...


Fritsch as Authorized Economic Operator (AEO-F) certified


A seal of quality identifies the FRITSCH GmbH • Milling and Sizing since the end of October 2008, as a “safe partner in trade” towards custom offices and customers, because the company is certified as an Authorized Economic Operator AEO F. An Authorized Economic Operator possesses a special ...


On-line particle sizing at ACHEMA 2003


The Process Systems division of Malvern Instruments Ltd will exhibit the Insitec range of on-line particle size analyzers at ACHEMA 2003 (Frankfurt; 19-24 May 2003). Also on display at the show will be the Intellimill system, an advanced intelligent milling system that is the result of a joint ...


Crompton OSi Specialties today announced the introduction of patented silane coupling agent


GREENWICH, CT September 11, 2002 - Crompton OSi Specialties today announced the introduction of patented NXT silane coupling agent that is a significant breakthrough in silica tire compounding technology. Compared to existing materials, the new generation NXT silane coupling agent enables ...


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