“Nanobowls” hold key for inorganic catalysts

January 21, 2013 |

In Illinois, “nanobowls” that enable inorganic catalysts to operate selectively may hold the key to improved catalyst performance that can be tailored to accept certain molecules and reject others, demonstrates a joint project by Northwestern University and the DOE’s Argonne National Laboratory. The processing techniques used to develop these flexible nano bowls is scalable and can have a real-world impact, according to chemist Jeffrey Elam.

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