A novel approach to direct electrocatalytic reduction of carbon dioxide could help in fight against global warming

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The technique uses a rhenium-based catalyst capable of targeting CO2 molecules with high selectivity even in very low concentration

Scientists at Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan, have devised a new technique for direct electrocatalytic reduction of carbon dioxide (CO2). The technique uses a rhenium-based catalyst capable o...

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