Catalytic combustion of methane is regarded as an efficient way to conventional thermal combustion for energy production.
UNSW Chemical Engineering PhD student Emma Lovell and U Sydney Chemical Engineering PhD student Iman Manavi have won the JCEC (NSW Joint Chemical Engineering Committee) 2016 Postgraduate Symposium competition.
Congratulations Helena for getting your SEM image selected as EMU image of the month for August 2016.
With 193 reads this week (total reads of 21,439), Professor Rose Amal is the most read author in the department according to Research Gate.
This critical review published in Environmental Science and Technology journal is expected to provide insights into the susceptibility of water distribution systems to biofilm growth, featuring the potential for manipulation operational parameters as well as the selection of the right... read more
One of the group's latest paper titled Highly selective and stable CO2 reduction to CO achieved by a graphitic carbon nitride/carbon nanotube composite electrocatalyst... read more
Metal sulfides are highly active photocatalysts for water reduction to form H2 under visible light irradiation, whereas they are unfavorable for water oxidation to form O2 because of severe self-photooxidation (i.e. photocorrosion).
This hot paper presents a novel CO2 reduction electrocatalyst achieved by covalently attaching graphitic carbon nitride (g-C3N4) onto multiwall carbon nanotubes (MWCNTs).