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Nanosheet Electrodes for Water Splitting

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15 March 2017 – Iron–nickel sulfide nanosheets on FeNi alloy foils as high-performance electrodes

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Peralkylated Hexaborate Cluster

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14 March 2017 – First example of a perfunctionalized hexaborate cluster featuring B−C bonds

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Fast Removal of Mercury from Water

Author: Georg R. Meseck

13 March 2017 – Nanoselenium sponge allows removal of mercury to undetectable levels within seconds

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Porous Polymer Fibers Clean Up Oil Spills

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12 March 2017 – Electrospinning produces polystyrene fibers which absorb oil and repel water

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Microgrooves Control Frost Formation

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11 March 2017 – Patterned surface with anti-icing properties

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Growing Algae in Wastewater

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10 March 2017 – Macroalgae can be cultivated in municipal wastewaters to produce biomass

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Silver Zeolite-Based LEDs

Author: Georg R. Meseck

09 March 2017 – First example of silver-exchanged zeolites as active emissive structures in a single-layer OLED

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Leaks at Fracking Sites

Author: Marek Czykanski

08 March 2017 – Fracking sites in the U.S. have leaked oil, fracking fluids, and other chemicals more frequently than expected

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Glassware with a Built-In Catalyst

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07 March 2017 – Immobilized and recycling-free palladium nanocatalyst system

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Primary Amines from Renewable Resources

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06 March 2017 – Ruthenium-catalyzed process transforms amino acids to amines and methane

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