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A Surprise Found Just Beneath the Surface in Carbon Dioxide Experiment

X-ray experiments at the Lab, coupled with theoretical work, revealed how oxygen atoms near the surface of a copper sample had a more dramatic effect on the early stages of a reaction with carbon dioxide than earlier theories could account for. This work could help make reactions more efficient in converting carbon dioxide into liquid fuels and other products. More>

Go here to listen to a brief interview with Lab scientist Ethan Crumlin on this research.

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