CHEMISTRY

Swimming Pool Contains Dangerous Chlorine Disinfectant – Here’s How To Make It Safer

Swimming in the indoor or outdoor pool is a healthy form of exercise and recreation for many people. However, research has linked compounds...

“Look Beyond the Ground” to Learn Hidden Hydrogels Can Help Farmers Have Drought in the Future

In a study that could finally help the plants survive the dry season, the scientists Princeton University has found the key reason that a...

How to Reduce Greenhouse Gas? Tips From The East Microbes

Methan-eating bacteria are present in extreme environments such as hot springs of hot earth heat. Advanced X-ray techniques produce insights into bacterial enzymes that convert...

Mysterious Organic Scum Improves Chemical Reaction Efficiency – Discovery Can Reduce Manufacturers’ Environmental Impact

Illinois researchers are part of a multi-agency team that found that spontaneous solvents react with metal nanoparticles to build reactive complexes that can improve...

Contaminated water as a source of fertilizer

It can also remove nitrates from contaminated waters and at the same time produce ammonia in a sustainable way, according to PhD candidate Phebe...

Cheaper Methods Developed to Help Create Fuel From Plants

New discoveries could make biofuel production more efficient. Chemists, engineers create key components of energy production in the lab. Scientists already know cheaper, more efficient ways...

Simple Simple Soap Creates 2D Nanoflakes from Hexagonal Boron Nitride

The image of the hexagonal excretion of boron nitride into thin atomic nanosets is aided by surfactants, a process filtered by chemists at Rice...

Improve COVID-19 test sensitivity with Ultra-absorbent Nanofiber Swabs

New nanofiber swab types can enhance sample collection and sensitivity testing for SARS-CoV-2 and other biological specimens; The ruler on the left indicates...

New Techniques for Building Super-Hard Metals by Breaking Small Nanoparticles

The gold "coin" was made of nanoparticle building blocks, thanks to a new technique developed by Brown University researchers. Making large metals in...

Scientists Make Versatile Polymers From Sugars in Wood

New polymers are made with xylose, a sugar present in wood. Credit: Leszek Kobusinski Scientists from the Bath Center for Sustainable and Circular Technologies...

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Watch the world’s first video of a space-time crystal

The periodic pattern consisting of magnons is formed at room temperature. A team of researchers have managed to create a space-time micrometer-sized crystal composed of...

Treatment for Egypt’s Mummy Rare Mud Carapace – Misidentified

A mummified person and a coffin in the Nicholson collection of the Chau Chak Wing Museum, University of Sydney. A. Mummified individual wearing...

The ancient river Delta once carried liquid water on the surface of Mars

Eversed Crete Delta: This ancient structure of the ancient river Delta once carried liquid water on the surface of Mars. Credit: ESA /...

Detect COVID-19 with a sticker on your skin

Engineers at the University of Missouri are leading the commercial market in portable bioelectronics for customizable devices that develop a large-scale manufacturing plan that...

Free bioinformatics tool – a simple digital genotype sequence is repeated

SSRgenotyper is a newly developed, free bioinformatics tool that allows researchers to digitally genotype genotypes by sequence using simple sequence iterations (PSS), a task...

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