Monday, March 3, 2008

New Material Captures 7x the Amount of CO2

Local Smokestack (TGW) – Engineers in Georgia and Pennsylvania have developed a new, cheap material that can capture 7 times the amount of carbon dioxide compared to conventional materials.

The scientists describe development of a new solid adsorbent coined a hyperbranched aminosilica (HAS) that avoids problems with existing materials such as low energy cost, price, long term stability, and low absorption capacity.

The material also shows greater stability under different temperature extremes, allowing it to be recycled numerous times.

Via :: Press Release


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