New materials for CO2 storage

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Wilson González-Espada

In this article, the author talks about new miccropourous materials that are been used to store CO2, as part of a collaboration of NASA and the UPR at Mayagüez.

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Adsorption of carbon dioxide by microporous materials

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Por Wilson González-Espada, Ciencia Puerto Rico

Scientists from the Department of Chemical Engineering at UPR Mayaguez researched the ability of different materials to adsorb carbón dioxide at low and moderate pressures. The results of these experiments have imprtant practical applications.


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