Category Archives: Research

Scientists gain insight into recycling processes for nuclear and electronic waste

Srikanth, Kaitlin, and Ahmet’s recent publications on rare earth separations have been highlighted in an Argonne press release. The Hawaii and Alaska of chemistry, lanthanides and actinides are the elements that are always shown separately from the main block on … Read More »

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DOE announces funding for Argonne projects on better materials and chemistry through data science

Argonne is one of five national laboratories and fourteen universities awarded three-year grants under a DOE Funding Opportunity titled ​“Data Science for Discovery in Chemical and Materials Sciences.” Argonne  was awarded funding for two research projects. Total funding will be nearly $4.75 million over … Read More »

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Unique Interface and Unexpected Behavior Help Explain How Heavy Metals Act

Department of Energy highlights the recent work of Will and Ahmet: Refining platinum, plutonium, or certain other metals often depends on how the metal behaves at liquid interfaces. The challenge? Scientists have limited ways to analyze the details of liquid … Read More »

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Actinide Chemistry at the Extreme

Inorganic Chemistry has published a virtual issue on “Actinide Chemistry at the Extreme“, guest-edited by Thomas Albrecht-Schmitt. “Built from recently published papers in Inorganic Chemistry, Organometallics, and the Journal of the American Chemical Society, this collection is designed to feature the breadth of … Read More »

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