By Katrina Kramer2016-06-06T00:00:00+01:00
New cathode material makes for energetic, rechargeable sodium–carbon dioxide batteries that could power Mars vehicles
Rechargeable first for promising battery tech was first published by Chemistry World.
Lithium-ion batteries will power the next generation of electric cars, but how can we mine lithium with minimal impact on the environment?
Show students the high performance fabric that’s made from waste plastic and is cutting the carbon footprint of the fashion industry
Could stainless magnesium replace aluminium in cars and aeroplanes? This calcium–magnesium alloy has implications for carbon emissions
How a ruthenium-based catalyst reaches 99% yield
Start a lesson with news of a mechanochemical recovery method that’s better for the environment
Use this starter slide to begin your lessons on catalysts or ways of reducing global warming
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