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Chemical Reaction Efficiency Boosted by Mysterious Organic Scum

News   Feb 05, 2021 | Original story from the University of Illinois

 
Chemical Reaction Efficiency Boosted by Mysterious Organic Scum

Illinois researchers are part of multi-institutional team that found that solvents spontaneously react with metal nanoparticles to form reactive complexes that can improve catalyst performance and simultaneously reduce the environmental impact of chemical manufacturing. Reprinted with permission from D. Flaherty et al., Science 371:6529 (2021). Credit: Alex Jerez, Imaging Technology Group - Beckman Institute. Reprinted with permission from D. Flaherty et al., Science 371:6529 (2021).

 
 
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