Latest Photocatalysis Stories
University of Houston researchers, writing in the journal Nature Nanotechnology, report they have found a catalyst that can quickly generate hydrogen from water using sunlight, potentially creating a clean and renewable energy source.
Scientists find a potential new use for old music CDs: coating disks in photocatalytic compounds and spinning them to clean water
Stockholm, Apr 26, 2013 - (ACN Newswire) - Nanoparticles are currently used in commercial products ranging from catalysts, polishing media and magnetic fluids to cosmetics and sunscreens.
Scientists have succeeded in creating a new material that is capable of generating hydrogen, producing clean water and creating energy.
A group of chemists at the University of Rochester is adding to its appeal by increasing the output and lowering the cost of current light-driven hydrogen-production systems.
Many organic contaminants in the air and in drinking water need to be detected at very low-level concentrations.
The world population is estimated to be seven billion and all these mouths need feeding.
PURETI Inc., an American-based manufacturer of air-purifying, photocatalytic surface treatments, has won Popular Science 2011 â€œBest of Whatâ€™s Newâ€ in Green Tech.
The practical use of visible light and zinc oxide nanorods for destroying bacterial water contamination has been successfully demonstrated by researchers at the Asian Institute of Technology (AIT).
NJIT Associate Professor Sergiu M. Gorun is leading a research team to develop biologically-inspired catalysis active, yet inert, materials.
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