New Iridium Part of a Collaborative Exploring Light to Drive Chemical Reactions

Despite the sometimes negative connotations, chemicals are a vital part of our lives, acting as the building blocks for everything from medicine to fuel to a vast array of consumer goods. That’s why Colorado State University researchers are pioneering another solution through a process known as photoredox catalysis — inspired by the natural chemical reactions that happen in plants. 

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