New Nanomaterial Makes Adsorption Chilling Even Cooler!

It’s that time of year again when the mercury climbs just above 100 degrees every single day and it’s so hot that the sun obliterates any clouds brash enough to assemble themselves with the intent to produce rain. Everything is wilted, melted, bleached out, overswept by a hot wind that makes the tail end of a jet engine seem like a lovely place with a calm and refreshing breeze. So given these conditions, it will come as no surprise that researchers led by Peter McGrail out of the Pacific Northwest National Laboratory have been working a new porous nanomaterial that improves an existing process used for refrigeration and air conditioning called adsorption chilling. All refrigerators and air

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