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Scientists determined the geometry of two isotopes of boron

By combining experimental work and hypothetical estimations, scientists have successfully determined the nuclear geometry of two isotopes of boron. They have determined the difference...

Discovery adapts natural membrane to make hydrogen fuel from water

Scientists drove a chemical reaction to plant biology and created a backbone of a convert new process that converts water into hydrogen fuel using energy from the...

Electrons slowing down at critical moments

In a crystal, All atoms shape an intermittent structure called a lattice, where the molecules are arranged in a tedious example in three dimensions....

Uncovering a missing link from methane to methanol

Microscopic crystalline structures called metal-organic systems (MOFs) may give an approach to take care of one of the most serious issues in methane functionalization...

Scientists discovered battery’s hidden layer

The lithium-ion battery is workhorse power source in many applications. But how do its charging and discharging cycles happen, is still remains a mystery? In...

Speeding up electrons like a roller-coaster ride

Scientists at the U.S. Department of Energy’s (DOE) Argonne National Laboratory have developed a new X-ray device that speeds up the electrons like a roller coaster. This...

Nickel in the X-ray limelight

Making chemicals for mechanical procedures regularly expects researchers to utilize an impetus — a substance that velocities up to a compound response, decreasing the...

Protactinium: The element of surprise

Chemical elements on the occasional table likewise have family likenesses that could give prescient understanding into the way elements connect, driving researchers to not-yet-envisioned...

Scientists drew a clear picture of how nitrogen oxides are formed

Nitrogen oxides (NOx) in our atmosphere leads to the formation of smog, acid rain, and ground-level ozone. Scientists are consistently working to understand how these...