Sieve shuts door on trapped carbon
A new molecular sieve that acts like an ultra-fine filter is a less expensive and more efficient way to capture carbon dioxide, research shows.
“We have a new material that is able to separate carbon dioxide from any given stream such as power stations and from natural gas sources. While we can’t change industry in a hurry, we have provided a viable bridging solution,” says University of Melbourne’s Paul Webley.
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