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Greener Days Ahead for Carbon Fuels?

News   Dec 20, 2018 | Original Story by Theresa Duque for Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory.

 
Greener Days Ahead for Carbon Fuels?

Researchers at Berkeley Lab and the Joint Center for Artificial Photosynthesis have demonstrated that recycling carbon dioxide into valuable chemicals such as ethylene and propanol, and fuels such as ethanol, can be economical and efficient – all through product-specific “active sites” on a single copper catalyst. Credit: Joel Ager and Yanwei Lum/Berkeley Lab.

 
 
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