Zero-dimensional transistor harvests bubble energy wasted during water electrolysis
Of grains and graphite: Simulating interstellar hydrogen formation
New phase of water could dominate the interiors of Uranus and Neptune
Inkjet-printed graphene electrodes may lead to low-cost, large-area, possibly foldable devices
Hot electrons do the impossible in catalytic chemistry
Small is beautiful: Viewing hydrogen atoms with neutron protein crystallography
Researchers discover promising hydrogen storage material
Graphene nanoribbons grow due to domino-like effect
Evidence of a new phase in liquid hydrogen
New method stabilizes common semiconductors for solar fuels generation
Researchers around the world are trying to develop solar-driven generators that can split water, yielding hydrogen gas that could be used as clean fuel. Such a device requires efficient light-absorbing materials ...
Not all diamonds are forever: Researchers see nanodiamonds created in coal fade away in seconds
(Phys.org) —Images taken by Rice University scientists show that some diamonds are not forever. The Rice researchers behind a new study that explains the creation of nanodiamonds in treated coal also show ...
Chemists challenge conventional understanding of how photocatalysis works
Photocatalysis—catalysis assisted by light—is a promising route to convert solar energy into chemical fuels. Particularly appealing is the possibility to use photocatalysis to split water molecules into ...
Venus Express gets ready to take the plunge
(Phys.org) —After eight years in orbit, ESA's Venus Express has completed routine science observations and is preparing for a daring plunge into the planet's hostile atmosphere.