Sweden’s Uppsala University has revealed a magnesium carbonate material dubbed “impossible” due to its record-breaking surface area. Called Upsalite and generated out of a mistake in the laboratory, the material has the highest surface area for an alkali metal carbonate at 800 square metres per gram. Consequently, the material has a greater ability to soak…
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