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This image depicts the selective functionalization of methane molecules, a chemical process that makes them more technologically desirable. The methane molecules are shown as one gray carbon atom connected to four white hydrogen atoms. The orange crystals at bottom represent the metal-organic frameworks in which the reaction takes place. (Image by Xuan Zhang, Northwestern University.)

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...
A New Way to Harness Wasted Methane

A New Way to Harness Wasted Methane

Methane, the largest component of natural gas get wastes 150 billion cubic meters per year during the process called flaring. Thus it leads to almost 400 million...
Surprising Organic Molecule Methanol Discovery Around Enceladus

Surprising Organic Molecule Methanol Discovery Around Enceladus

Saturn's moon Enceladus has peaked scientists' interest since the discovery of gushing water-rich plumes from around its south pole. Although the discovery was made by...

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