Surface Chemistry of Carbon Capture
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Surface Chemistry of Carbon Capture: Climate Change Aspects provides comprehensive and up-to-date literature on carbon capture and storage (CCS) technology, and delineates the surface chemistry of this process.
Surface Chemistry of Carbon Capture: Climate Change Aspects provides comprehensive and up-to-date literature on carbon capture and storage (CCS) technology and delineates the surface chemistry of this process.
Mankind is dependent on energy from gas, oil, coal, atomic energy, and various other sources. In all fossil fuel combustion processes, carbon dioxide (CO2) is produced (ca. 25 Gt/year). In the past few decades, we have observed a constant increase in CO2 content in the air (currently ca. 400 ppm [0.04%]). This book discusses the technology related to carbon (i.e., CO2) capture and sequestration (CCS) from fossil fuel energy plants, which is considered an important means of CO2 control. It also covers the adsorption/absorption processes of CO2 on solids and similar procedures to help address growing climate change concerns.
1. Introduction to Surface Chemistry of Carbon Capture 2. Adsorption (on Solids) and Absorption (in Fluids) of Gases (CCS Procedures) (Surface Chemistry Aspects) 3. Surface Chemistry of Solids 4. Carbon Capture and Sequestration (CCS) Technology (Basic Remarks) 5. A Short Review of Different Carbon Dioxide (CO2) Capture Processes (Adsorption on Solids and Absorption in Fluids)