Breakthrough in photocatalysts could help solve global warming, Korean scientists claim

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Breakthrough in photocatalysts could help solve global warming, Korean scientists claim

Using photocatalysts to convert carbon dioxide into usable energy such as methane or ethane

Scientists in South Korea have conducted a range of experiments using photocatalysts in a bid to reduce carbon dioxide production to help solve global warming. Photocatalysts refer to the actio...

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