NewsPrecision sieving of gases through atomic pores in
graphene

9th December 2021by admin0
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By crafting atomic-scale holes in atomically thin
membranes, it should be possible to create molecular sieves for
precise and efficient gas separation, including extraction of
carbon dioxide from air, University of Manchester researchers have
found.

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