Insight Into Ceria Nanoparticles Could Aid A Greener, Cleaner Future

News   Nov 17, 2017 | Original Story from Karlsruher Institut für Technologie.

 
Insight Into Ceria Nanoparticles Could Aid A Greener, Cleaner Future

The surface of bar-shaped ceria nanoparticles is comparable with the rock formations of Monument Valley – it has a number of edges, corners, and facets. Credit: Alessandro Trovarelli/University of Udine.

 
 
 

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