Out of Thin Air

The complicated process of using sunlight to convert Nitrogen (N2) into Ammonia (NH3) using nanorods. Credit Al Hicks / National Renewable Energy Laboratory

The complicated process of using sunlight to convert Nitrogen (N2) into Ammonia (NH3) using nanorods.
Credit Al Hicks / National Renewable Energy Laboratory

Check out my latest feature for Utah Public Radio on new science that could make NH3 production much more sustainable: Out of Thin Air: Making Fertilizer with Sunlight

 

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About Daniel Kinka

Ph.D. student in Ecology. Amateur musician, brewer, and writer.
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