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Sustainability

Producing iron from salt water and iron oxide

Electrochemical method could decarbonize steelmaking for a relatively low cost


A way to turn red mud into green steel

Hydrogen plasma treatment extracts pure iron from toxic byproduct of aluminum production


Water boosts light-driven coupling chemistry

A thin film of organic molecules floating on water can undergo useful photochemical reactions, without needing organic solvents or catalysts

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Obituaries

Electrochemist Allen J. Bard dies at 90

Father of Modern Electrochemistry leaves behind a legacy of research and mentorship


Northern Patagonian rock art from millennia earlier than expected

Analytical chemistry techniques reveal human activities during mid-Holocene