Ames Lab research 3D prints practical catalytic objects for chemical study

Ames Lab research 3D prints practical catalytic objects for chemical study

Adding to the potential of 3D printed objects, research at the U.S. Department of Energy’s Ames Laboratory has proved the ability to make objects with instilled catalytic potential. By adding this quality to the material, researchers can make devices that facilitate the study of chemical reactions, practical to the synthesis of new chemical products, sensing and controlled substance release. Conventionally, such objects would be made in a multi-step process, first making or 3D printing the object, then added the active ingredient afterwards. By making these objects in a single swoop, Ames Lab researchers significantly streamline the process, unlocking new […]

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