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Materials Discovery for Energy and Chemicals Decarbonization

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Electrochemical systems are showing increasing promise in the renewables-powered synthesis of fuels and feedstocks. This includes both CO2 reduction to ethylene, ethanol, methane, and propanol; and also the selective oxidation of hydrocarbons to more valuable products such as ethylene oxide and propylene glycol. This talk will discuss progress in such systems, looking at technoeconomics, systems performance, scale, and the materials – the catalysts – that effect the underlying transformation.

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