Scientists show a single catalyst can perform the first step of turning CO2 into fuel in two very different ways

Their work aims to bridge two approaches to driving the reaction – one powered by heat, the other by electricity – with the goal of discovering more efficient and sustainable ways to convert carbon dioxide into useful products.

Virtually all chemical and fuel production relies on catalysts, which accelerate chemical reactions without being consumed in the process. Most…

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SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory, 2021-08-04


CNMS Center for Nanophase Materials Sciences
SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory
Stanford University


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