Jan 072019
 
For the first time, researchers at Lund University in Sweden have used advanced molecule design to create an iron molecule that can function as a photocatalyst to produce fuels as well as in solar cells to produce electricity.  The Earth-abundant — and therefore much cheaper — iron could replace the rare and very expensive metal complexes used thus far, such as the noble metals ruthenium, osmium and iridium. Long live the excited iron complex We are talking nanoseconds:...

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