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CO2 Sequestration by Ex-Situ Mineral Carbonation.


CO2 Sequestration by Ex-Situ Mineral Carbonation

Edited by Aimaro Sanna and M. Mercedes Maroto-Valer

World Scientific


174 pages




Chemists and materials scientists present the first full book devoted to mineral carbonation as a technique for sequestering carbon dioxide, an approach they say could potentially trap all carbon dioxide creating by burning all the fossil fuel left on the planet. They cover the basics of the technology, resources available worldwide, ex-situ technologies, and the potential utilization of the carbonated products. The approach is currently being investigated at the commercial scale, they say. ([umlaut] Ringgold, Inc., Portland, OR)

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