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  • Taming defects in nanoporous materials to put them to a good use

    Phys.org , 8th Aug 2018

    Modification of defective nanoporous materials has unique effects on their properties. Swansea University scientists are seeking to master this method to make new materials to capture CO2.

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  • Taming defects in nanoporous materials to put them to a good use

    The Long Room , 8th Aug 2018

    Energy Safety Research Institute reveals fundamental aspects of defective materials that can be employed to capture CO2

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  • Taming defects in nanoporous materials to put them to a good use

    Innovations Report , 8th Aug 2018

    Energy Safety Research Institute reveals fundamental aspects of defective materials that can be employed to capture CO2

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  • Taming Defects in Nanoporous Materials to Put Them to a Good Use

    R&D Magazine Online , 8th Aug 2018

    A team led by Dr. Marco Taddei, Marie Sklodowska-Curie Actions Fellow at Swansea University, is investigating how the properties of metal-organic frameworks, a class of materials resembling microscopic sponges, can be adjusted by taking advantage of their defects to make them better at capturing CO2.

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  • Taming defects in nanoporous materials to put them to a good use

    Swansea University - Latest Research , 2nd Aug 2018

    Energy Safety Research Institute reveals fundamental aspects of defective materials that can be employed to capture CO2.

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