carbon capture solution Articles

  • The kinetics of carbon dioxide capture by solutions of piperazine and N-methyl piperazine

    In this paper, kinetics and mechanism of the reaction between CO2 and piperazine (PZ) or n-methyl piperazine (NMP) in aqueous and alcoholic solutions were investigated using direct stopped-flow technique under a range of temperatures (278, 288 and 298 K). The results show that the reactions follow a single termolecular reaction mechanism and the reaction rate between CO ...


    By Inderscience Publishers

  • The trouble with angels: carbon capture and storage hurdles and solutions

    This article examines the challenges to commercial deployment of carbon capture and storage using geologic sequestration. The authors argue that CCS will never become a reality without early federal investment in research and development, a uniform federal regulatory framework, and a framework to address the currently unknown and unquantifiable liabilities. They suggest a model similar to the ...


    By Bloomberg BNA

  • Carbon dioxide capture and storage: Priorities for development

    Oil, coal and natural gas will remain the world’s dominant sources of energy over the next decades, resulting in unsustainable levels of carbon dioxide emissions. This trend can be reversed only via a near revolution in the way we produce, transform and consume energy. Concerted global action is urgently needed to increase investment in energy technology solutions. Carbon dioxide capture and ...

  • The Climate Change threat: How businesses can help curb global warming

    The world must take 'unprecedented' action to limit the devastating impact of global warming. That's the urgent warning from the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) in its UN-backed report (released on 8 October 2018). The report, which draws on more than 6,000 research papers, explains the calamitous consequences of failing to cap global warming temperature rises at 1.5 deg C above ...


    By Inprova Energy

  • Oxygen-separation membranes could aid in CO2 reduction

    Ceramic membranes may reduce carbon dioxide emissions from gas and coal-fired powerplants. Written by Jennifer Chu, MIT News Office.You can read the original new in MIT NewsIt may seem counterintuitive, but one way to reduce carbon dioxide emissions to the atmosphere may be ...

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