Recycling metal, another use of Prussian blue

The new method recovers gold from e-waste more efficiently than from ore. Source: Shinta Watanabe et alIn the art world, Prussian blue was first used as a pigment and dye, and painters such as Picasso, Van Gogh and gezhabezhai also used it because of its deep blue. In the chemical field, scientists...

Release time:2022-06-20 Reading frequency:52


Nano sensor can detect residual pesticides in a few minutes

Science and technology daily, Beijing, June 8 (reporter zhangmengran) - researchers at Karolinska Institute in Sweden have developed a micro sensor that can detect pesticides on fruits in a few minutes. The proof of concept technology described in a paper in advanced science uses flame sprayed nanop...

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Stanford famous professor issued a paper to answer the question: water can spontaneously generate hydrogen peroxide!

Can water droplets spontaneously produce hydrogen peroxide? Richard n. Zare, former dean of the Department of chemistry at Stanford University, proved this magical phenomenon in a recently published paper.Zare is a big player. At the age of 29, he became a professor of Columbia University. At the ag...

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Brand New Chemical Reaction First to Destroy the Strongest C

[Chinese chemical instrument network laboratory dynamic] guide: A new chemical reaction completely subverts the traditional reaction mode in which the weakest chemical bond are firstly destroyed. This new chemical reaction will decompose the stro...

Release time:2017-11-02 Reading frequency:96


How Far Is the Intelligent Factory?

Modern information technology and industrial production integration of a new industrial revolution has opened the curtain. So, the core of this industrial revolution - how intelligent factories will produce, what its premise is, its development prospects and its impact, th...

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