Alkali cations boost carbon dioxide reduction into feedstock chemical

Researchers at the University of Szeged, in Hungary, have discovered an integrated solution to tackle this reaction in continuous flow, overcoming long-term stability problems and enabling a scalable process.

Electrochemical reduction of carbon dioxide is an attractive solution to combat climate change. Now, researchers at the University of Szeged,…

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Fernando Gomollón-Bel


Chemistry World, 2021-05-06.


ICIQ Institute of Chemical Research of Catalonia
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University of Szeged


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