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New Molecule Recycles Carbon Dioxide

News   Mar 28, 2017 | Original Story from University of Indiana, Bloomington

 
New Molecule Recycles Carbon Dioxide

The new molecule employs a nanographene complex (on left) to absorb light and drive the conversion of carbon dioxide (upper center) to carbon monoxide (on right). | Photo by Ben Noffke and Richard Schaugaard

 
 
 

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