Carbon news, August 2022

A novel coordination polymer based on lead and sulfur can act as an efficient photocatalyst for converting carbon dioxide to formate.

Researchers have developed a method for producing high-strength carbon fiber from chemically modified lignin and polyacrylonitrile.

Using thin-film metal oxides and perovskites, researchers have created fuel-producing artificial leaves that are light enough to float on water.

Researchers have developed a transistor made from graphene and the polymer nafion that can operate like synapses in the brain.

Addition of graphene gives running shoes a boost

Using melamine to efficiently capture CO2 from flue gases

Using sandpaper and a selection of powders, researchers have come up wth a simple method to make surfaces superhydrophobic.

Using an inexpensive polymer called melamine, researchers have created a cheap, easy and energy-efficient way to capture carbon dioxide.

Using a graphene liquid cell, researchers have, for the first time, managed to capture images of single atoms ‘swimming’ in liquid.

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