BUSINESS STANDARD: Nobel winning technique may help lower vehicle emissions

Press/Media: Research

Release date: 31/1/2019

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Scientists say they have used a Nobel-prize winning chemistry technique on a mixture of metals to potentially reduce the cost of used in electric cars and lower harmful emissions from conventional vehicles.

The researchers from the in the UK translated a biological technique, which won the 2017 Nobel Chemistry Prize, to reveal atomic scale chemistry in

 

These materials are one of the most effective catalysts for converting systems such as fuel cells, according to the study published in the journal Nano Letters.

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TitleNobel winning technique may help lower vehicle emissions
Media name/outletBusiness Standard
Media typeWeb
CountryIndia
Date31/01/19
DescriptionScientists say they have used a Nobel-prize winning chemistry technique on a mixture of metals to potentially reduce the cost of fuel cells used in electric cars and lower harmful emissions from conventional vehicles.

The researchers from the University of Manchester in the UK translated a biological technique, which won the 2017 Nobel Chemistry Prize, to reveal atomic scale chemistry in metal nanoparticles.

These materials are one of the most effective catalysts for energy converting systems such as fuel cells, according to the study published in the journal Nano Letters.
URLhttps://www.business-standard.com/article/pti-stories/nobel-winning-technique-may-help-lower-vehicle-emissions-119013100596_1.html
PersonsSarah Haigh