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  • Ionic liquid catalyst helps turn emissions into fuel

    Chemical and biological engineering professor and chair Paul Kenis and his group teamed up with researchers at startup company Dioxide Materials to develop a catalyst that dramatically reduces the energy requirements of artificial photosynthesis.

    Chemical and biological engineering professor and chair Paul Kenis and his group teamed up with researchers at startup company Dioxide Materials to develop a catalyst that dramatically reduces the energy requirements of artificial photosynthesis.

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  • Editor's note: To contact Paul Kenis, call 217-265-0523; email kenis@illinois.edu.
    The paper, “Ionic Liquid–Mediated Selective Conversion of CO2 to CO
    at Low Overpotentials,” is available online.