Carbon Utilization and Storage

Carbon Utilization and Storage

By | Adsorption, Carbon Capture, Carbon Dioxide, Gas Capture and Sequestration, General | No Comments

In the ongoing battle against climate change, the concept of carbon capture, utilization, and storage (CCUS) has emerged as a pivotal solution. Not only does it involve capturing carbon.

How to achieve SDGs with MOFs

How to achieve SDGs with MOFs

By | Adsorption, Carbon Capture, Carbon Dioxide, Gas Capture and Sequestration, General | 2 Comments

In a world where global challenges such as climate change, poverty, and inequality are ever-present, the United Nations' Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) have emerged as a beacon of hope.

An overview of Carbon Capture with MOFs

An overview of Carbon Capture with MOFs

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In a world increasingly gripped by the urgency of climate change, the quest for innovative solutions to combat rising carbon dioxide (CO2) levels is paramount. The consequences of unchecked.

Carbon-negative solutions

Carbon-negative solutions

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Carbon-negative processes are crucial for achieving carbon neutrality goals to mitigate climate change. Several carbon capture technologies exist to capture carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions.

Reducing the economic impact of carbon emissions

Reducing the economic impact of carbon emissions

By | Adsorption, Carbon Capture, Carbon Dioxide, Gas Capture and Sequestration, General, Climate Change | No Comments

Recent reports on global warming show that people have gained more awareness of the impact of human activities on climate change, leading to the reduction of greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions..

MOFs vs. other advanced materials for carbon capture

MOFs vs. other advanced materials for carbon capture

By | Activated Carbon, Adsorption, Carbon Capture, Carbon Dioxide, Gas Capture and Sequestration, General, Zeolite, MOFs | No Comments

Implementing carbon capture and storage systems is critical to reducing environmental pollution. Current capture technologies are based on liquid amine absorption methods (amine scrubbing). Besides.

MOFs vs. other porous materials for carbon capture

MOFs vs. other porous materials for carbon capture

By | Activated Carbon, Adsorption, Carbon Capture, Carbon Dioxide, Gas Capture and Sequestration, General, Zeolite, MOFs | 2 Comments

Implementing porous adsorbent materials for carbon capture has gained importance in recent years. Adsorption technology is considered a promising alternative to replace typical absorption methods.

MOFs vs. Calcium looping for carbon capture

MOFs vs. Calcium looping for carbon capture

By | Adsorption, Carbon Capture, Carbon Dioxide, Gas Capture and Sequestration, General, CO2 capture, Calcium looping | No Comments

Carbon capture and storage are urging novel technologies to increase current capture capacity and a more economical alternative than amine scrubbers. Recent efforts in this field have been directed.

Why MOFs outperform amine scrubbing?

Why MOFs outperform amine scrubbing?

By | Adsorption, Carbon Capture, Carbon Dioxide, Gas Capture and Sequestration, General, MOFs, Aqueous amine scrubbers | No Comments

It is inevitable that the world will still rely on fossil fuels in the coming years. To reduce greenhouse emissions produced during their combustion, carbon capture and storage (CCS) need to be.

Energy-efficient carbon capture

Energy-efficient carbon capture

By | Adsorption, Carbon Capture, Carbon Dioxide, Gas Capture and Sequestration, General, MOFs, Energy efficiency | No Comments

Post-combustion carbon capture technologies are critical for reducing air pollution in the upcoming years. The major drawback of mature carbon capture technologies is their energy-intensive nature..

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