Rich Masel is a panelist at a session “Can Carbon Capture Save The World” at Future 500 – part of earth day texas.
Our latest Japanese Patent No. 6254565 provides further evidence that the combination of a metal and an imidazolium gives lower overpotentials than the metal alone. This discovery has enabled us to reach high currents in water and CO₂ electrolyzers, which paves the way to more cost-effective routes to sustainable chemicals and fuels production.
Patent US9,845,450 issued on Dec 26, 2017. The patent is a continuation of our efforts to demonstrate that tetramethylimidazolium (TMI) functionalized styrene alkaline anion exchange membranes are useful for alkaline water and alkaline CO₂ electrolysis. This patent shows the importance of having extra vinylbenzyl chloride (VBC) units in the polymer to promote stability. TMI, itself is not stable in alkaline … Read More
Patent US9,790,161 issued on Nov 27 2017. Italso issued recently in China on Dec 3, 2017 as CN105339336. This patent provides a new route to the production of acrylic acid from CO2 and acetylene. First the CO2 is electrolyzed to produce formic acid. Then the formic acid reacts, via a number of intermediates to form acrylic acid. There are two unique parts … Read More
Dioxide Materials work was highlighted in the Sept 1, 2017 issue of Science Magazine. Click Here to see the article
Dioxide Materials will be presenting a talk on High Performance CO2 Electrolyzers at the 2017 AIChE Annual Meeting in Minneapolis, MN, on Monday October 30, 2017.
Dioxide Materials will be presenting three papers at the upcoming Electrochemical Society Meeting at the National Harbor, MD on October 1-6, 2017.
Dioxide Materials will be presenting a talk on “Alkaline Water Electrolyzers With Base Metal Catalysts Showing 1 A cm2 At 1.75 V” at the 68th Annual Meeting of the International Society of Electrochemistry in Providence, RI, on October 29 – November 3, 2017.
Dioxide Materials will be presenting a talk on High Performance CO2 Electrolyzers at the ACS Meeting in Washington, D.C. on August 22, 2017.
Dioxide Materials will be presenting a keynote lecture “A High Performing CO2 Electrolyzer” at The 15th Annual Conference On CO2 Utilization In Shanghai