ORNL’s recent discovery of carbon-dioxide-derived ethanol won’t be fueling your car anytime soon

Earlier this month, Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL) announced it developed an electrochemical process that converts carbon dioxide directly into ethanol. The process applies electricity to a CO2-saturated aqueous solution at room temperature and ambient pressure with a carbon, copper, and nitro...

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