Capture by Accelerated Carbonation of Alkaline Wastes : A Review on Its Principles and Applications

@inproceedings{Pan2012CaptureBA,
  title={Capture by Accelerated Carbonation of Alkaline Wastes : A Review on Its Principles and Applications},
  author={Shu-Yuan Pan and Elbert E. Chang and Pen-Chi Chiang},
  year={2012}
}
CO2 capture, utilization, and storage (CCUS) is a promising technology wherein CO2 is captured and stored in solid form for further utilization instead of being released into the atmosphere in high concentrations. Under this framework, a new process called accelerated carbonation has been widely researched and developed. In this process, alkaline materials are reacted with high-purity CO2 in the presence of moisture to accelerate the reaction to a timescale of a few minutes or hours. The… CONTINUE READING

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