Scientists develop a new efficient method of capturing CO2 from power plants | The Optimist Daily
Today’s Solutions: June 22, 2024

Scientists have unveiled an efficient method to turn CO2 emissions from power plants into fuel that could be used for running cars, planes, as well as multi-purpose chemical feedstock. The carbon-capturing technique involves a membrane made from hybrid materials that can absorb enormous quantities of molecules via its two distinct channels. The technological breakthrough could be a big step toward more competitive carbon capture processes.

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