James L. Salmon, Esq.
300 Pike Street
Cincinnati, Ohio 45202
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Collaborative Construction Resources, LLC helps owners craft IPD procurement strategies that enable them to acquire BIM enabled Built Assets from integrated teams and helps those teams craft, negotiate and implement integrated agreements. Whether you need an IPD Facilitator, a Project Neutral, or Project Counsel, we can help. We're BUILT to integrate!
Splitting water can yield clean-burning hydrogen fuel, but catalysts that generate hydrogen are often expensive, and unstable in water. Now a team from Singapore and Taiwan have shown that carbon fiber cloths coated in inexpensive catalysts can generate hydrogen, and perform not only in water but in seawater as well. The researchers detailed their findings online August 21 in the journal Science Advances.
The most effective catalyst for generating hydrogen is platinum. However, this metal is scarce and expensive, limiting its use in large-scale hydrogen generation. Instead, the researchers investigated molybdenum sulfide as a catalyst. Molybdenum and sulfur are respectively about 300 and more than 100,000 times more abundant than platinum.
|When:Thursday, September 17, 2015 4:00 pm - 6:00 pm|| Where:The Center for Architecture and Design50 West Town St, Suite 110|