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July 12, 2023

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New Aluminium Radical Battery Promises More Sustainable Power

科学家希望使世界上第一个safe and efficient non-toxic aqueous aluminum radical battery. Scientists have now reported the first stage of developing these novel ...

Next-Generation Flow Battery Design Sets Records

A new flow battery design achieves long life and capacity for grid energy storage from renewable ...

Unused Renewable Energy an Option for Powering NFT Trade

Unused solar, wind, and hydroelectric power in the U.S. could support the exponential growth of transactions involving non-fungible tokens (NFTs), researchers have ...

New Design Rule for High-Entropy Superionic Solid-State Conductors

Solid electrolytes with high lithium-ion conductivity can be designed for millimeter-thick battery electrodes by increasing the complexity of their composite superionic crystals, report researchers from Tokyo Tech. This new design rule enables the synthesis of high-entropy active materials while ...

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Towards Efficient Lithium--Air Batteries With Solution Plasma-Based Synthesis of Perovskite Hydroxide Catalysts

CoSn(OH)6 (CSO) is an effective oxygen evolution reaction (OER) catalyst, necessary for developing next-generation lithium -- air batteries. However, current methods of synthesizing CSO are ...

Perovskite Solar Cells Set New Record for Power Conversion Efficiency

Perovskite solar cells have attained now attained the extremely high efficiency rate of 24.35% with an active area of 1 cm2. This ground-breaking achievement in maximizing power generation from ...

从可再生能源潜在的经济损失Transition Are Concentrated Among the Wealthy

One common rationale against climate action is that the resulting fossil fuel investment losses could impact people's retirement or long-term savings. However, researchers report that the loss ...

Vastly More Sustainable, Cost-Effective Method to Desalinate Industrial Wastewater

Engineers are developing a cutting-edge process that can reduce energy consumption and cost of water ...

How Tidal Range Electricity Generation Could Meet Future Demand and Storage Problems

Tidal range schemes are financially viable and could lower energy bills say researchers. Research combined a tidal range power generation model with its cost model to demonstrate the viability of ...

Environmental Risks and Opportunities of Orphaned Oil and Gas Wells

研究人员正在领导一个国际团队谁e goal is to create a framework to help governments in the U.S. and around the world assess and prioritize remediation strategies for orphaned oil ...

Clean, Sustainable Fuels Made 'from Thin Air' and Plastic Waste

Researchers have demonstrated how carbon dioxide can be captured from industrial processes -- or even directly from the air -- and transformed into clean, sustainable fuels using just the energy from ...

To Boost Supply Chains, Scientists Are Looking at Ways to Recover Valuable Materials from Water

Researchers are exploring the different ways of harvesting materials from ...

Energy Harvesting Via Vibrations: Researchers Develop Highly Durable and Efficient Device

An international research group has engineered a new energy-generating device by combining piezoelectric composites with carbon fiber-reinforced polymer (CFRP), a commonly used material that is both ...

Marine Environment at Risk Due to Ship Emissions

Researchers used four different types of port environments to investigate the levels of contaminants emitted from five different sources. They found that the combined emissions of metals and ...

A Baking Soda Solution for Clean Hydrogen Storage

Scientists investigate the promising properties of a common, Earth-abundant ...


Researchers Describe the Melting of Gold Nanoparticles in Gold-Bearing Fluids in the Earth's Crust

Gold is a precious metal that has always fascinated humans. From Priam's Treasure to the legend of El Dorado, gold --regarded as the noblest of metals-- has been a symbol of splendour and wealth ...

Megawatt Electrical Motor Designed by Engineers Could Help Electrify Aviation

Aerospace engineers designed a 1-megawatt electrical motor that is a stepping stone toward electrifying the largest ...

More Complex Than Expected: Catalysis Under the Microscope

Usually, catalytic reactions are analyzed by checking which chemicals go into a chemical reactor and which come out. But as it turns out, in order to properly understand and optimize catalysts, much ...

The Problems With Coal Ash Start Smaller Than Anyone Thought

Burning coal doesn't only pollute the air. The resulting ash can leach toxic chemicals into the local environments where it's kept. New research shows that the toxicity of various ash ...

Unveiling the Nanoscale Frontier: Innovating With Nanoporous Model Electrodes

Researchers have introduced a next-generation model membrane electrode that promises to revolutionize fundamental electrochemical ...

Metal Shortage Could Put the Brakes on Electrification

As more and more electric cars are traveling on the roads of Europe, this is leading to an increase in the use of the critical metals required for components such as electric motors and electronics. ...

New Catalyst Lowers Cost for Producing Environmentally Sustainable Hydrogen from Water

A team has developed a new catalyst composed of elements abundant in the Earth. It could make possible the low-cost and energy-efficient production of hydrogen for use in transportation and ...

The Next Generation of Solar Energy Collectors Could Be Rocks

The next generation of sustainable energy technology might be built from some low-tech materials: rocks and the sun. Using a new approach known as concentrated solar power, heat from the sun is ...

Hidden in Plain Sight: Windshield Washer Fluid Is an Unexpected Emission Source

Exhaust fumes probably come to mind when considering vehicle emissions, but they aren't the only source of pollutants released by a daily commute. Researchers report that alcohols in windshield ...

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