New Soap Molecule to Replace Chemicals, Better for Environment


New soap molecule to replace chemicals, better for environment

umn-soap-moleculesMINNEAPOLIS, US: Led by the University of Minnesota, a group of researchers have created a new soap molecule made from renewable sources. This may significantly lessen the quantity of chemicals used in cleaning products and their effect on nature. These molecules work better than some regular soaps in challenging conditions such as cold water and hard water. Read More

Researchers Use a Unique Catalyst to Convert Water to Hydrogen and Oxygen

wsu-water-splittingPULLMAN, US: Scientist from Washington State University (WSU) have figured out a better method to efficiently generate hydrogen from water- an important key to making renewable energy production and storage feasible. Professors Yuehe Lin and Scott Beckman in the School of mechanical and materials engineering led the research. They developed a catalyst from low-cost materials. Read More

Tackling major oil spills with a sponge

dr-justin-weibel-purdue-universityIn an interview Dr Justin Weibel, a research assistant professor; Dr Xuemei Chen, a post-doctoral research associate and Dr Suresh Garimella, a Goodson distinguished professor, all at the school of mechanical engineering and Birck Nanotechnology Center, Purdue University, West Lafayette, US with Chemical Today magazine talks about the simple solution they found for the hazardous problem (oil spills) which is endangering the world.  Read More

Does Liquid Amoxicillin Really Need Refrigeration?

amoxicillinLiquid form of amoxicillin needs to be refrigerated because it contains augmentin and it is very unstable to heat. In heat the amoxicillin medicine can deteriorate quickly making it less efficient to kill the bacteria. You may store liquid amoxicillin medicine in a fridge but do not concede up to the freezing state. Discard unused liquid amoxicillin medicine within 14 days as it might have lost its activity, color and taste. Read More

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