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Jul 2016

… catalysts, it is possible to efficiently produce hydrogen. However, this metal is rare and expensive. Researchers have discovered an alternative that is just as good, but less costly. The mineral pentlandite is a potential new catalyst for hydrogen...

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04
Jul 2016

… desirable. However, the catalysts available to date have not been efficient enough. Researchers have discovered a catalyst that performs highly selective conversion of the greenhouse gas carbon dioxide into ethylene – an important source material...

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10
Mar 2016

… Universiteit Leiden have found a way to double the efficiency of water electrolysis. Water electrolysis has not yet established itself as a method for the production of hydrogen. Too much energy is lost in the process. Researchers have now doubled...

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17
Sep 2018

… the enzymes, known as hydrogenases, have so far not been suitable for technological applications because they are unstable when they come into contact with oxygen. RUB researchers and their colleagues have developed a new mechanism to protect the...

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12
Nov 2018

… Freie Universität Berlin, traced the pathway of protons all the way into the active center of [FeFe]-hydrogenases. Their findings might enable scientists to create stable chemical reproductions of such efficient, yet fragile biocatalysts. The...

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14
Nov 2018

… solved this problem by combining previously developed concepts for packaging the enzymes with gas diffusion electrode technology. The system developed in this way achieved significantly higher current densities than previously achieved with...

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05
Jun 2019

… Canada) shed new light on the inner workings of exporters. They show that keeping open the extracellular gate of a bacterial ABC exporter called TM287/288 directly affects its ability to exploit chemical energy and expel drugs. The findings have...

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17
Feb 2020

… extend the life of the catalysts. The team around Professor Nicolas Plumeré from Resolv, Dr. Erik Freier from the Leibniz Institute for Analytical Sciences Dortmund and Professor Wolfgang Lubitz from the Max Planck Institute for Chemical Energy...

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