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Directing Accelerated Carbonate Formation and H2 Synthesis with Integrated CO2 Capture

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Gadikota G (2020) Goldschmidt Abstracts, 2020 774

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Submitted by Fulvio Di Lorenzo on
Do you think that using natural Mg2SiO4 (instead than the synthetic substrate) the kinetic of carbon capture by the silicate dissolution can still be fast enough to allow this process to be coupled with the WGSR? How can we mitigate the effect of heterogeneous natural substrates during industrial up scaling? (i.e. pretreatment of the solid substrates, etc…)

Submitted by Jesica Murray on
Hello! very interesting presentation! In general I observed that many papers describe H2 generation by a reduction of H2O. In you case H2 is generated by a dissociation of the H2O vapor molecule instead of reduction? Thank you!

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