Hydrogen (H2) is a promising energy carrier that has the potential to decrease the dependency for fossil fuels in the transportation industry. However, there are challenges with the production, storage, and transportation of H2.
Substituents present on a molecule are known to significantly control the self-assembly, adsorption, and orientation behavior on solid surfaces. Using STM, self-assembly of the Y[C6S-Pc]2 and Y[C4O-Pc]2 complexes was investigated at solution−solid interface.
“Useful Waste” is a Portland State University Center for Public Interest Design led initiative that aims to reframe the industry’s view on construction waste and encourage material diversion and reuse.