Friday, August 12, 2016

Scientists capture neon in an organic environment for the first time

Researchers have captured neon within a porous crystalline framework. Neon is well known for being the most unreactive element and is a key component in semiconductor manufacturing, but neon has never been studied within an organic or metal-organic framework until now. The results point the way towards a more economical and greener industrial process for neon production.

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