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Growth in the worldwide catalysts market is driven by the ever-increasing demand from polymer manufacturers, and refining and petchem industries.11/13/2008
Biodiesel byproduct promises to serve as feedstock for hydrogen.01/23/2008
Stretching action can alter and accelerate what happens.04/24/2007
Researchers at Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Oak Ridge, Tenn., have developed a series of solid acid nanocatalysts that promise to avoid some post-reaction steps in the production of biodiesel.04/24/2007
Tracking atoms before and after a reaction promises insights.03/29/2007
Membranes that consist of only a single layer of carbon atoms called graphene have been created by researchers at the Max Planck Institute for Solid State Research.03/29/2007
GE Plastics is using a new method for making certain polymers that promisesto to devour extensive amounts of post-consumer polyethylene terephthalate (PET) waste.08/25/2006
The use of microwaves by the chemical industry is set to grow as the National Centre for Industrial Microwave Processing (NCIMP) is evaluating the economics of microwave technology for specific applications and, for promising ones, developing industrial-scale equipment.08/17/2006
BASF, Ludwigshafen, Germany, and Tekion, Burnaby, B.C., have agreed to work together to develop and commercialize Tekions fuel cell technology.04/27/2006
Holz Rubber Company has recently updated its Chemical Resistance of Elastomers Specification Guide with additional information. A free copy of the guide is just a phone call or email away.01/24/2005
This collection of whitepapers addresses different aspects of nanotechnology and molecular manufacturing. The topics range from adding positional control of molecules to chemical synthesis.01/03/2005
UNC professors receive honorary degree, grantee award <BR> <I> <FONT color=#333333><FONT size=1>www.unc.edu</I>11/22/2004