Carbon news, July 2022

Novel crystal puts greenhouse gas in a bind

Researchers have deveoped crystalline materials that can selectively bind with the greenhouse gases known as per- or polyfluorinated hydrocarbons.

Researchers have shown that depositing a layer of buckyballs onto a gold surface does not turn it into an artificial version of graphene.

Using quantum mechanical models, researchers have more accurately predicted how amorphous carbon conducts electricity and absorbs light.

Researchers have shown that their flash Joule heating method for producing graphene can also be used to produce boron nitride.

Photoelectric detector could be a low-cost route to detecting atmospheric pollutants

By combining iron with carbon and nitrogen, researchers have produced a new fuel cell catalyst that is efficient, durable and inexpensive.

Your next medical test could be biodegradable

Inspired by molecular gastronomy, researchers have incorporated carbon monoxide into stable foams for treating inflammation and tissue damage.

For the first time, researchers have measured the migration of carbon atoms over the surface of the two-dimensional material graphene.

novel, two-dimensional, single-crystalline ‘holey’ graphyne synthesized in a bottom-up approach

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