NewsAtomic-scale imaging reveals secret to thin film
strength

3rd March 2020by admin0
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An international team of scientists and engineers, led
by University of Minnesota Associate Professor K. Andre Mkhoyan and
Professor Emeritus Michael Tsapatsis (currently, a Bloomberg
Distinguished Professor at Johns Hopkins University), have made a
discovery that could further advance the use of ultra-thin zeolite
nanosheets, which are used as specialized molecular filters. The
discovery could improve efficiency in the production of gasoline,
plastics, and biofuels.

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