New compound that can break down plastic waste developed

Researchers from Nagoya University in Japan developed a series of organometallic ruthenium catalysts to break down even the toughest amide bonds effectively under mild conditions. “Our previous catalysts could hydrogenate most amide bonds, but the …
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