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Other materials stories that may be of interest

By April Gocha / January 10, 2018

Ultrafine fibers have exceptional strength, laser evaporation technology to create new solar materials, and other materials stories that may be of interest for January 10, 2018.

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Amorphous mixed-metal oxide process opens electrolysis catalyst opportunities

By Eileen De Guire / March 29, 2013

SEM cross-section and top-down surface images of a-Fe2O3 films prepared by PMOD, followed by a 1 hour annealing step in air at Tanneal = 100°, 400°, or 600°C. Credit: Smith et al., U. of Calgary; Science Express.

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Cleveland RTA, NASA renew push for fuel cell bus project

By / May 22, 2012

UTC fuel cell transit bus, similar to the one that may be tested in Cleveland. Credit: UTC; Greater Cleveland RTA. Once again, the Greater Cleveland Regional Transit Authority and NASA are teaming up to demonstrate how a fuel cell-powered bus can perform in a fairly large transit system. I believe this essentially is the same…

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Daniel Nocera makes more news with electrolysis gains

By / February 15, 2009

Back in August, we noted the work Daniel Nocera a professor of chemistry at MIT, who is leading has developed an unprecedented electrolysis process that uses the sun’s energy to split water molecules into oxygen and hydrogen gases. The gases can then be stored and later run through a fuel cell to produce electricity as…

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Video of the Week: More about Nocera’s electrolysis catalyst

By / August 26, 2008

[flash /ceramictechtoday/wp-content/video/nocera_long.flv mode=1 f={image=/ceramictechtoday/wp-content/video/nocera_long.jpg}] In a previous edition of Ceramic Tech Weekly, we posted information and a brief video about MIT researcher Daniel Nocera and his apparently successful efforts to cut down on the use of costly platinum. Now the good folks at Blip.TV have gone out and toured Nocera’s lab and conducted a longer…

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