Scientists develop carbon-reduction technique using water-based reaction

07/12/2013 | Royal Society of Chemistry

U.S. researches have developed a water-soluble catalyst that can process carbon dioxide and turn it electrocatalytically into a chemical feedstock. "It would be even more interesting to develop a [similar] catalyst to further reduce carbon dioxide to carbon monoxide or even hydrocarbons," said Wenzhen Li, a chemical expert at Michigan Technological University.

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