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10 things to consider for the $ 2.1 billion VMware Carbon Black deal

Strengthening the Endpoint Carbon Black changed its strategy just 15 months after the company went public with a $ 2.1 billion planned sale to VMware. The transaction will enable Waltham, Massachusetts-based endpoint security vendor to act as an anchor for VMware's new Security Business Unit in Palo Alto, California. Carbon Black Share Increased 39 Percent to $ 26 Since First …

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Melting glaciers help bind carbon

In the Arctic, Chaos has fully expanded, a region that now warms twice as fast as the rest of the planet. This summer, it has been hot under unprecedented heat, and forest fires have consumed 2.4 million acres in Alaska alone, releasing enormous amounts of carbon dioxide. It's so hot up there that thunderstorms occur near the North Pole, more …

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Stripe pays $ 1 million a year to remove carbon from the air – but will it work?

Stripe, the major online payment platform, announced Thursday that it is focusing its Sustainability Paperback on technologies designed to capture and store ground-warming gases from the air. The company stated that it is already fully compensating for its greenhouse gas emissions and investing in green projects that reduce emissions elsewhere. Achieving this carbon neutral goal has been considered the gold …

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Breakthrough creates for the first time cyclocarbon, a ring of pure carbon atoms

Researchers have finally created an important molecular structure, the cyclo-carbon, which has eluded the efforts of chemists for synthesis for more than 50 years and may be the key to producing semiconductors on a molecular scale with a variety of scientific and industrial applications , Scientists synthesize ring of pure carbon atoms to produce cyclocarbon for the first time For …

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50-year puzzle of chemistry solved by new wild carbon ring

3D representation of the carbon ring based on atomic force microscopy data. Illustration: IBM Research Some Precision Chemicals Have Been Mediated A One piece of table salt has given researchers an unprecedented view of a controversial form of carbon. Scientists at Oxford University and IBM have made a ring of just 18 carbon atoms using the atomic force microscope. The …

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Emiliano Sala & # 39; exposed to carbon monoxide in plane crash & # 39;

Image Rights Getty Images / David Ibbotson Caption Emiliano Sala and David Ibbotson were missing on January 21 The footballer Emiliano Sala was exposed to a high carbon monoxide content before a fatal plane crash in the English Channel. Sala and pilot David Ibbotson crashed on Jan. 21 as they traveled from the French city to Cardiff, Nantes. Toxicological studies …

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A Novel Catalysis Approach Reduces Carbon Dioxide to Methane

This special surface of copper and silver is important for achieving the range of chemical reactions in the system developed by the team. Credit: University of Delaware More and more scientists are looking for fast and cost-effective ways to convert carbon dioxide into valuable chemicals and fuels. Now, an international research team has presented a new approach that uses a …

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Russia's hypersonic weapon is supposedly going out of the carbon fiber

Russia's current supply of carbon fiber material does not withstand the extreme temperatures of supersonic flight. According to a US intelligence report from CNBC Russia is looking for an alternative source of carbon fiber, but has so far had no luck. "It is expected that they will not produce more than 60 of these hypersonic weapons, as development turns out …

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First snapshots of trapped CO2 molecules shed new light on carbon sequestration

<div data-thumb = "https://3c1703fe8d.site.internapcdn.net/newman/csz/news/tmb/2019/firstsnapsho.jpg" data-src = "https: //3c1703fe8d.site.internapcdn .net / newman / gfx / news / hires / 2019 / firstsnapsho.jpg "data-sub-html =" Cryo-EM images show a section through a single MOF particle in atomic detail (left), revealing cage-like molecules (Center) The picture on the right shows carbon dioxide molecules trapped in one of the cages, the first time this …

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